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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Hackers Broaden Their Attacks

    Hacking incidents at defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp. and broadcaster PBS that surfaced over the past few days show how widespread corporate breaches have become and underline how any organization can become a victim. Over the weekend, the website for the PBS show "NewsHour" was altered by hackers to include...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    How To Keep Your Best Executives The Key: Make It Easier For Them To Leave

    Determined to retain your most talented executives? Well here is some more counterintuitive advice: The best way to keep them from leaving is to prepare them to do just that. In tough economic times like these, retention becomes less for a priority for many companies as they focus on more...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Beat The Clock: How Companies Can Use Time To Their Competitive Advantage

    When it comes to designing products and services, companies would do well to keep in mind the old saying "Time is money." History suggests that by helping consumers save time or more fully enjoy the time they spend doing something, companies could gain a competitive advantage that could lead to...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Turning The Tables On Job Interviewers

    Sometimes seemingly well-qualified job applicants interview poorly because they didn't ask the right questions early in the interview - questions that would relate their skills, knowledge and experience to the job and hiring manager's needs. In an inquiry interview, you must be ready to ask questions at appropriate times during...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Staying Focused When Interviewers Aren't

    The hardest part of finding a job may be navigating faulty hiring practices. How often have you interviewed for an opening only to learn the manager wasn't sure if the position should be filled? Perhaps you've met with four separate interviewers at a company, only to hear four different job...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Showing Creativity To Hiring Managers

    Imagine you're being interviewed for a position as a product manager at a prestigious software company. Fortunately, you've done your homework. You researched the company, know the industry and are confident you'd be a good fit for the position. But instead of being asked to discuss these routine subjects, the...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Are Hidden Fears Hurting You In Interviews?

    Many candidates who suffer mental blocks and then flub their responses during interviews tend to beat themselves up afterwards. But job applicants often don't realize that subconscious mental and emotional issues make them relate poorly to interviewers. A job interview can create multiple fears - of being rejected, making a...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Acing Behavioral Interviews

    Your next interview is important, so you prepare by studying the company's recent performance and reviewing the job requirements. You also assess your strengths, weaknesses and goals and practice possible responses to questions about them. As the meeting begins, you're ready for questions about how you'd handle hypothetical job issues....

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Ten Steps To Better Interviews Strategies That Will Help You

    Many job hunters are poorly prepared to interview. They believe that since they're smart people who can think on their feet, they can "Wing it" in interviews and still make a great impression on hiring managers. In most cases, they're wrong. Unless you've spent a lot of time job hunting...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Smart Strategies For Interviewing At Meals

    If you've received an invitation to interview at mealtime recently, perhaps with your spouse and children in attendance, you're not alone. Restaurant interviews appear to be a new trend, as more companies focus on getting to know potential executives thoroughly before extending job offers. They recognize it's a smart policy...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Hit It Off With Job Interviewers

    Why should an interviewer like you more than similarly credentialed competitors? Establishing that you're fit for a job is subjective, indefinable and unpredictable, so what do interviewers want anyway? What traits and qualities will push their hot buttons, triggering subliminal applause and inciting an urge to sign you up? Every...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Blow A Job Interview

    Though unemployment may be rising, many companies are still hungry for talented managers. But even the best candidates won't get offers if they bungle their interviews with prospective employers or recruiters. No longer a perfunctory chitchat session, the interview is the ultimate test of a candidate's suitability. This is where...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Don't Let Tough Questions Sabotage Your Interview

    Expect to be asked several probing, hardball questions during your next job interview. In fact, if you aren't asked a few "Stress" questions, your interview probably isn't going as well as you might think. Difficult, unsettling questions have become part of most interviewers' repertoires as they try to eliminate bad...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Use A Rational Approach To Calm Interview Jitters

    It's normal to be nervous before job interviews, but some job seekers go to extremes. They're so fearful and apprehensive that they become tongue-tied, talk too much or say the wrong things. Most experts agree that a manageable level of stress can actually improve interview performance. "It quickens our mind,...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Be Prepared To Perform In More Video Interviews

    Search firms nationwide are expected to rely more on video interviews to screen candidates due to the current reluctance or inability to use air travel. Given this, how can you be at your best in front of the cameras? Will you come across as credible or crummy? How can you...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Interviewing For A Lesser Job Could Be A Wise Career Move

    Should you interview for a job that's beneath you? For most executives, there's no easy answer. While the decision should be based on your career goals, many candidates let emotional factors - pride, greed or fear, for instance - cloud their judgment. They may worry about returning to square one,...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Learning To Read An Interviewer's Mind

    All jobs solve problems. That's the secret to landing a new job. Identify the employer's problem and show the hiring manager how you'll solve it. Most job seekers don't follow this approach. They concentrate on their own skills, experiences and past job duties. They never really connect with the employer's...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Advice On Surviving Tricky Interviewers

    The majority of the interviewers will be friendly and congenial as they try to learn more about you and your background. You'll leave their offices feeling that you've met someone with whom you'd like to work. But there are also interviewers who go out of their way to be abrasive...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Survive A Team Interview

    If you're preparing to interview for a job, you must expect the unexpected. Long gone are the days when a single interviewer asked questions that simply expanded on your resume. Today, you might find yourself in an assessment center or interview with employees you'd work with if hired. An interviewer...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Right 'Thank You' Can Land You An Offer

    Thank-you letters following an interview can make or break your candidacy. Your follow-up is not only a matter of courtesy and professionalism, it's an opportunity to affirm your positive impression on hiring managers. A carefully crafted thank-you note can even re-open a door that was once closed. Making the right...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Tricky Questions Reign In Behavioral Interviews

    Behavior-based interviewing first gained favor when the labor market was an employer's paradise. When there were always more than enough candidates to choose from, employers could afford to be choosy. Now that the job market has improved for candidates, it's less common for interviewers to rely solely on behavior-based questions....

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Avoid These Four Interviewing Mistakes

    You may be the best candidate for the job. But if negativity dominates your mind, no one will discover what you have to offer. You may look professional on the outside, but if on the inside you're bombarding your mind with cheap shots, you're set up to fail. Interviewers tend...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Phone-Interview Tips For Savvy Candidates

    Career-management experts estimate that more than 80% of job interviews are won or lost during the first five minutes of conversation. This includes telephone screening interviews. What you do next could have a major effect on your career future. Since the recruiter is holding your resume and you're holding a...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Three Qualities To Captivate Interviewers

    To succeed with interviewers, you must exhibit business behaviors that show you're focused on the customer, can be an effective team player and will perform tasks and assignments efficiently and independently. This paper gives tips that can help you adopt these concepts and become more effective during job interviews. To...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To 'Speed-Read' Hiring Managers

    You've done your homework, located and researched the company of your dreams, updated your resume and aced the first interview for a perfect position. You want this job, feel uniquely qualified for it and would even receive a big raise if you land it. Now comes that all-important second interview...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Prepare For Interviews Using Tested Strategies

    The more you know about a potential employer, the better. The interviewer will base some questions on your resume's content. You should review your document before the interview so you can address any item on it fully and confidently. Most job-search books provide you with a list of potential interview...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Use Sports Psychology To Prep For Interviews

    Consider the similarities between a job interview and an athletic competition. In both, participants compete for a coveted prize. Contenders usually draw on years of experience. Who wins often is determined by the individual's performance over a short period of time. In athletic as well as corporate careers, possessing sufficient...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Keeping A Lid On Interview Anxiety

    Nervous about an upcoming interview? That's normal. Fear of the unknown, rejection or failing is behind most job seekers' interview anxieties. But by managing the interview process, you can control your fears. If you view interviewing as a business procedure and take charge of every phase - from choosing a...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Advice On Polishing Rusty Interview Skills

    The specter of interviewing looms large for many job seekers. What should you say? Will hiring managers like you? How will you rate against other contenders? These pressures can be as stressful as root canal when candidates most want to appear calm and communicate effectively. Typically, you must interview two...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Making The Most Of A Bad Interview

    Bad interviews happen to good people - a lot. Nationally acclaimed workplaces aren't for everyone. The "Perfect" job isn't perfect if the chemistry isn't right between you and your prospective boss and colleagues. But instead of exercising your right to end an awful interview, you should see it through. You...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Find The Best Answers For Interview Questions

    Too many job seekers view the interview process as an athletic competition. They assume the challenge is to score the maximum number of points for style on each question, racking up an aggregate score that exceeds the competitions. Their performance will "Win the interview," secure a job offer and, presumably,...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Answer Questions About Your Weaknesses

    Every successful executive has weaknesses as well as strengths. The key is ensuring that your weaknesses don't become career-enders. Potential employers will try to discern your shortcomings to ensure they don't hamstring their company. Your challenge is to convince them that you don't bring lethal liabilities. It isn't your mistakes...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    'Information Interviews' Get A Bad Rap From Job Seekers

    Informational interviewing is a focused form of networking that revolves around learning new things and relationship-building. To use this particular job-hunting strategy effectively, it's absolutely crucial to lose the "Begging bowl" mentality. No employer is going to hire you because you desperately need a job. Employers hire people because they...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Are Your Interview Skills In Tune With The Times?

    How do you demonstrate that you're in touch with the business needs of today and aren't a throwback to former times? This paper describes the major shifts occurring in the interviewing process and suggests ways to help you respond. You'll gain insight into the mind of today's typical interviewer and...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Body-Language Tactics That Sway Interviewers

    Before a job interview, do you peruse magazines or review prepared notes? When the meeting begins, do you wait to be told where to sit or choose your own chair? And do you give passionately expressive or carefully controlled responses? In each of these instances, your body language speaks volumes...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Feb 2006

    Winning Interview Strategies: Make The Most Of Job Meetings

    The job interview is the precious period in which you are sized up by a powerful person who may well decide whether or not you get the position you want. You can prepare for the interview just as you do for many another tests and enhance your chances of winning...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2003

    Firms Give Candidates A Much Closer Look

    The article checks the reality that since Sept. 11, half-dozen security-guard companies have approached Carco Research about doing pre-employment probes like a privately held provider of fraud-detection services. Heightened worries over workplace security are increasing the focus on background checks for all kinds of job seekers. Food and Drug Administration...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Turning The Tables On Job Interviewers

    Sometimes seemingly well-qualified job applicants interview poorly because they didn't ask the right questions early in the interview - questions that would relate their skills, knowledge and experience to the job and hiring manager's needs. In an inquiry interview, you must be ready to ask questions at appropriate times during...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Staying Focused When Interviewers Aren't

    The hardest part of finding a job may be navigating faulty hiring practices. How often have you interviewed for an opening only to learn the manager wasn't sure if the position should be filled? Perhaps you've met with four separate interviewers at a company, only to hear four different job...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Showing Creativity To Hiring Managers

    Imagine you're being interviewed for a position as a product manager at a prestigious software company. Fortunately, you've done your homework. You researched the company, know the industry and are confident you'd be a good fit for the position. But instead of being asked to discuss these routine subjects, the...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Are Hidden Fears Hurting You In Interviews?

    Many candidates who suffer mental blocks and then flub their responses during interviews tend to beat themselves up afterwards. But job applicants often don't realize that subconscious mental and emotional issues make them relate poorly to interviewers. A job interview can create multiple fears - of being rejected, making a...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Acing Behavioral Interviews

    Your next interview is important, so you prepare by studying the company's recent performance and reviewing the job requirements. You also assess your strengths, weaknesses and goals and practice possible responses to questions about them. As the meeting begins, you're ready for questions about how you'd handle hypothetical job issues....

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Ten Steps To Better Interviews Strategies That Will Help You

    Many job hunters are poorly prepared to interview. They believe that since they're smart people who can think on their feet, they can "Wing it" in interviews and still make a great impression on hiring managers. In most cases, they're wrong. Unless you've spent a lot of time job hunting...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Smart Strategies For Interviewing At Meals

    If you've received an invitation to interview at mealtime recently, perhaps with your spouse and children in attendance, you're not alone. Restaurant interviews appear to be a new trend, as more companies focus on getting to know potential executives thoroughly before extending job offers. They recognize it's a smart policy...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Hit It Off With Job Interviewers

    Why should an interviewer like you more than similarly credentialed competitors? Establishing that you're fit for a job is subjective, indefinable and unpredictable, so what do interviewers want anyway? What traits and qualities will push their hot buttons, triggering subliminal applause and inciting an urge to sign you up? Every...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    How To Keep Your Best Executives The Key: Make It Easier For Them To Leave

    Determined to retain your most talented executives? Well here is some more counterintuitive advice: The best way to keep them from leaving is to prepare them to do just that. In tough economic times like these, retention becomes less for a priority for many companies as they focus on more...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Beat The Clock: How Companies Can Use Time To Their Competitive Advantage

    When it comes to designing products and services, companies would do well to keep in mind the old saying "Time is money." History suggests that by helping consumers save time or more fully enjoy the time they spend doing something, companies could gain a competitive advantage that could lead to...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Hackers Broaden Their Attacks

    Hacking incidents at defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp. and broadcaster PBS that surfaced over the past few days show how widespread corporate breaches have become and underline how any organization can become a victim. Over the weekend, the website for the PBS show "NewsHour" was altered by hackers to include...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2003

    Firms Give Candidates A Much Closer Look

    The article checks the reality that since Sept. 11, half-dozen security-guard companies have approached Carco Research about doing pre-employment probes like a privately held provider of fraud-detection services. Heightened worries over workplace security are increasing the focus on background checks for all kinds of job seekers. Food and Drug Administration...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Blow A Job Interview

    Though unemployment may be rising, many companies are still hungry for talented managers. But even the best candidates won't get offers if they bungle their interviews with prospective employers or recruiters. No longer a perfunctory chitchat session, the interview is the ultimate test of a candidate's suitability. This is where...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Don't Let Tough Questions Sabotage Your Interview

    Expect to be asked several probing, hardball questions during your next job interview. In fact, if you aren't asked a few "Stress" questions, your interview probably isn't going as well as you might think. Difficult, unsettling questions have become part of most interviewers' repertoires as they try to eliminate bad...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Use A Rational Approach To Calm Interview Jitters

    It's normal to be nervous before job interviews, but some job seekers go to extremes. They're so fearful and apprehensive that they become tongue-tied, talk too much or say the wrong things. Most experts agree that a manageable level of stress can actually improve interview performance. "It quickens our mind,...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Be Prepared To Perform In More Video Interviews

    Search firms nationwide are expected to rely more on video interviews to screen candidates due to the current reluctance or inability to use air travel. Given this, how can you be at your best in front of the cameras? Will you come across as credible or crummy? How can you...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Interviewing For A Lesser Job Could Be A Wise Career Move

    Should you interview for a job that's beneath you? For most executives, there's no easy answer. While the decision should be based on your career goals, many candidates let emotional factors - pride, greed or fear, for instance - cloud their judgment. They may worry about returning to square one,...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Learning To Read An Interviewer's Mind

    All jobs solve problems. That's the secret to landing a new job. Identify the employer's problem and show the hiring manager how you'll solve it. Most job seekers don't follow this approach. They concentrate on their own skills, experiences and past job duties. They never really connect with the employer's...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Advice On Surviving Tricky Interviewers

    The majority of the interviewers will be friendly and congenial as they try to learn more about you and your background. You'll leave their offices feeling that you've met someone with whom you'd like to work. But there are also interviewers who go out of their way to be abrasive...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Survive A Team Interview

    If you're preparing to interview for a job, you must expect the unexpected. Long gone are the days when a single interviewer asked questions that simply expanded on your resume. Today, you might find yourself in an assessment center or interview with employees you'd work with if hired. An interviewer...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Right 'Thank You' Can Land You An Offer

    Thank-you letters following an interview can make or break your candidacy. Your follow-up is not only a matter of courtesy and professionalism, it's an opportunity to affirm your positive impression on hiring managers. A carefully crafted thank-you note can even re-open a door that was once closed. Making the right...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Tricky Questions Reign In Behavioral Interviews

    Behavior-based interviewing first gained favor when the labor market was an employer's paradise. When there were always more than enough candidates to choose from, employers could afford to be choosy. Now that the job market has improved for candidates, it's less common for interviewers to rely solely on behavior-based questions....

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Avoid These Four Interviewing Mistakes

    You may be the best candidate for the job. But if negativity dominates your mind, no one will discover what you have to offer. You may look professional on the outside, but if on the inside you're bombarding your mind with cheap shots, you're set up to fail. Interviewers tend...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Phone-Interview Tips For Savvy Candidates

    Career-management experts estimate that more than 80% of job interviews are won or lost during the first five minutes of conversation. This includes telephone screening interviews. What you do next could have a major effect on your career future. Since the recruiter is holding your resume and you're holding a...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Three Qualities To Captivate Interviewers

    To succeed with interviewers, you must exhibit business behaviors that show you're focused on the customer, can be an effective team player and will perform tasks and assignments efficiently and independently. This paper gives tips that can help you adopt these concepts and become more effective during job interviews. To...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To 'Speed-Read' Hiring Managers

    You've done your homework, located and researched the company of your dreams, updated your resume and aced the first interview for a perfect position. You want this job, feel uniquely qualified for it and would even receive a big raise if you land it. Now comes that all-important second interview...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Prepare For Interviews Using Tested Strategies

    The more you know about a potential employer, the better. The interviewer will base some questions on your resume's content. You should review your document before the interview so you can address any item on it fully and confidently. Most job-search books provide you with a list of potential interview...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Use Sports Psychology To Prep For Interviews

    Consider the similarities between a job interview and an athletic competition. In both, participants compete for a coveted prize. Contenders usually draw on years of experience. Who wins often is determined by the individual's performance over a short period of time. In athletic as well as corporate careers, possessing sufficient...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Keeping A Lid On Interview Anxiety

    Nervous about an upcoming interview? That's normal. Fear of the unknown, rejection or failing is behind most job seekers' interview anxieties. But by managing the interview process, you can control your fears. If you view interviewing as a business procedure and take charge of every phase - from choosing a...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Advice On Polishing Rusty Interview Skills

    The specter of interviewing looms large for many job seekers. What should you say? Will hiring managers like you? How will you rate against other contenders? These pressures can be as stressful as root canal when candidates most want to appear calm and communicate effectively. Typically, you must interview two...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Making The Most Of A Bad Interview

    Bad interviews happen to good people - a lot. Nationally acclaimed workplaces aren't for everyone. The "Perfect" job isn't perfect if the chemistry isn't right between you and your prospective boss and colleagues. But instead of exercising your right to end an awful interview, you should see it through. You...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Find The Best Answers For Interview Questions

    Too many job seekers view the interview process as an athletic competition. They assume the challenge is to score the maximum number of points for style on each question, racking up an aggregate score that exceeds the competitions. Their performance will "Win the interview," secure a job offer and, presumably,...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Answer Questions About Your Weaknesses

    Every successful executive has weaknesses as well as strengths. The key is ensuring that your weaknesses don't become career-enders. Potential employers will try to discern your shortcomings to ensure they don't hamstring their company. Your challenge is to convince them that you don't bring lethal liabilities. It isn't your mistakes...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Feb 2006

    Winning Interview Strategies: Make The Most Of Job Meetings

    The job interview is the precious period in which you are sized up by a powerful person who may well decide whether or not you get the position you want. You can prepare for the interview just as you do for many another tests and enhance your chances of winning...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    'Information Interviews' Get A Bad Rap From Job Seekers

    Informational interviewing is a focused form of networking that revolves around learning new things and relationship-building. To use this particular job-hunting strategy effectively, it's absolutely crucial to lose the "Begging bowl" mentality. No employer is going to hire you because you desperately need a job. Employers hire people because they...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Are Your Interview Skills In Tune With The Times?

    How do you demonstrate that you're in touch with the business needs of today and aren't a throwback to former times? This paper describes the major shifts occurring in the interviewing process and suggests ways to help you respond. You'll gain insight into the mind of today's typical interviewer and...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Body-Language Tactics That Sway Interviewers

    Before a job interview, do you peruse magazines or review prepared notes? When the meeting begins, do you wait to be told where to sit or choose your own chair? And do you give passionately expressive or carefully controlled responses? In each of these instances, your body language speaks volumes...

    Provided By Dow Jones & Company