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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Interviews Tips: Winning The Phone Interview

    Phone interviews are a common way to pre-screen candidates for face-to-face interviews. With so much at stake, it's important to make a good impression. In fact, every time you deal with a potential employer or a recruitment consultant over the phone, consider you are being interviewed. Remember, the recruitment consultant...

    Provided By CareerOne

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Avoid Job Interview Icebergs

    We all dread them - the horrible interview questions that seem to offer endless possibilities for providing the wrong answer. There are a few questions like that - designed to throw you, and see your reaction. If this happens, ask the interviewer to repeat the question, and make a note...

    Provided By CareerOne

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    What Should My New Year Job Search Resolutions Be?

    Returning to work after Christmas and New Year is like going to the dentist after you have put it off for years. It's the perfect time to commit to finding a new job. This paper shows and explains few ways to make sure your job search is a success. It's...

    Provided By Monster

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Don't Just Answer Questions At Your Job Interview

    An interview is not an interrogation, however, it's a conversation. To make it that way you need to come armed with a multitude of small stories about both your business and personal life. When you go into an interview, you need to leave your nerves at the door. The best...

    Provided By InfoDaily

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Interviewers' Pet Peeves

    You sit facing the interviewer, feeling like things are moving along nicely when all of a sudden the interview takes a drastic turn for the worse. What just happened? You may have hit one of the interviewer's pet peeves, one of those things that automatically triggers a negative response. This...

    Provided By Monster

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Successful Public Speaking

    How many times have people told you that when you are on stage you have to improve your vocabulary, or you have to dress up, or you have to stand on the spot? It gets you thinking that you have to be "Ultra-professional" on stage. Because of this you usually...

    Provided By Hubpages

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    5 Regular Mistakes In Speaking In Public

    The best way to maintain the attention of an audience is to start with a gripping opening, develop a maximum of three themes or key messages, and conclude with a message that pulls the introduction and key messages together with impact. If you speak for over 10 minutes it's almost...

    Provided By College of Public Speaking

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Avoid Presentation Blunders

    Repeating the question not only makes sure that your audience members heard the question, but it also allows you to make sure you heard the question correctly. And it gives you a little bit of time to think before answering the question. Next time you give a presentation to a...

    Provided By Speak for Success

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Two Words That Changed My Public Speaking Forever

    How many times have people told you that when you are on stage you have to improve your vocabulary, or you have to dress up, or you have to stand on the spot? It gets you thinking that you have to be "Ultra-professional" on stage. Because of this you usually...

    Provided By Successful Speaking

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Cue Cards - Useful Tool Or Hindrance To Public Speaking Success?

    One reason for using cue cards is that it takes emphasis off memorisation and puts it on delivery. Young speakers do not necessary have to memorise their speech but they should be at least very familiar with it so that cue cards become only a backup when their memory lapses....

    Provided By Successful Speaking

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    More Companies Using Job Interview Phone Screening

    Planning and preparing before you begin to send out resumes could save you some embarrassing moments when you receive that unexpected call. The telephone "Screen call" can come at any time - day or night. Some interviewers find evenings the best time to catch people at home, where they will...

    Provided By Job Bank USA

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Behavioral Job Interview

    A behavioral job interview is just a fancy name for asking you questions about how you have handled specific kinds of situation in your past. The basis of the behavioral job interview justification is the supposition that past behavior predicts future behavior. Based on this theory, interviewers using the behavioral...

    Provided By Job Bank USA

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Mock Job Interview

    A mock job interview can be a powerful training tool in your efforts to become an effective, offer-getting job interviewer. In the mock job interview you practice all the techniques that you need to use to turn job interview questions into opportunities to sell yourself to the interviewer. If you...

    Provided By Job Bank USA

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Telephone Job Interview

    If you have been scheduled for a telephone interview, congratulations. That means that your resume did not get thrown into the trash can, either literally or electronically. You are, technically, still a candidate for the job. However, unless the position is a virtual one or the interviewer you need to...

    Provided By Job Bank USA

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Job Interview Weakness

    If you have a job interview weakness that is preventing you from getting the dream jobs that you want, do not despair. The fact that you know it puts you well on the route to overcoming it once and for all and even turning it into a strength. Often those...

    Provided By Job Bank USA

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Dress For A Job Interview

    The secret to dress for job interview success isn't much of a secret at all. It is basically the simple advice to dress more or less exactly like all the people who are already working in that office, only a little bit nicer. The important thing to remember about dressing...

    Provided By Job Bank USA

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    How To Answer Job Interview Questions

    Knowing how to answer job interview questions well isn't the kind of knowledge that will substitute for a thorough knowledge of the job and skills. It will, however, provide a way to showcase what knowledge you do have, and to creatively cover gaps that you might have. In knowing how...

    Provided By Job Bank USA

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Secrets To Acing The Job Interview - "Tell Me About Yourself"

    The job interview "Tell me about yourself question" is the question that the interviewer asks when he or she doesn't know anything else to say. For instance, he or she might ask this question if he or she hasn't gotten a chance to look over your resume yet. While you...

    Provided By Job Bank USA

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Job Interview Tips - Three Tips To Ace Your Interviews

    Have you ever had a job interview that YOU thought you aced, only to never hear back from the company? You can't always know what determines these circumstances but you CAN gain valuable knowledge that will help you maximize your favorable outcomes! This paper gives three powerful tips that will...

    Provided By IdeaMarketers

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Spin Yourself

    We spin ourselves all the time-to find a date or a mate, to make a good impression on our elders, to join a club or society. Spinning merely involves presenting those aspects of ourselves that are likely to be appealing to others. It is not enough to come off this...

    Provided By Exforsys.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Establishing Rapport

    Studies show that people tend to remember events better when they are linked with an emotional impression. Whether the feelings associated with an event are positive or negative, emotional connections make the event salient, helping us remember things more clearly. Making a memorable impression on the interviewer depends on your...

    Provided By Exforsys.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Acing The Lunch Interview

    A job interview over lunch can feel as nerve-wracking as a blind date. Not only must you demonstrate that you are intelligent, pleasant and capable, but you must also appear graceful while eating. You may even prefer to pass up the opportunity, rather than face an intimidating line-up of eating...

    Provided By BC Jobs Online

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Job Interview Tactics

    Job interview tactics can set you ahead. Acing a job interview begins long before you arrive at the hiring manager's office. In nowadays' competitive job market, the most diligent candidates take extra steps to distinguish themselves from the competition by planning ahead. This paper gives some tactics to help you...

    Provided By BC Jobs Online

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Job Hunting Tip: Accepting Judgment

    Applying for work is stressful, no matter the circumstances. Even if you are already working, and merely looking to see what else is out there, you still want to be offered the position. If you realize, half way through an interview, that you would be miserable working for this company...

    Provided By SmasHits.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    How To Conduct A Job Search

    Conducting a job search is a daunting task, even for seasoned professionals. There are many pieces to the puzzle, and each piece plays its own important role in the process. Knowing the pieces of the process is a crucial element for your success. While there is no such thing as...

    Provided By SmasHits.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Job Interview Tips For A Better Career Design

    Job interviews can be a tedious and frightening prospect. However, hardly any employer would recruit staff without some form of interview or the other. Whether you are considering a job change or a full blown career change, the pointers given in this paper can help make the job interview process...

    Provided By ArticleBiz.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Job Interview Anxiety

    For many people, the very thought of a job interview can cause an attack of the nerves: butterflies in the stomach, dry mouth, and weak knees. Sometimes, the thought of a job interview can even trigger a panic attack. If this happens to you, you might be interested in some...

    Provided By Worth Personnel Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    The Secrets Of Effective Networking

    Your next job will probably come either from your friends or from their friends, so networking - building personal relationships - is vitally important. Where to start. List all your personal friends and business associates. By letter first, then by telephone later, explain your situation, describe your career direction, and...

    Provided By Worth Personnel Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Prepare Your Elevator Speech

    How many times have you been unable to find the right words in an impromptu situation like this? Selling yourself on command can be tough, particularly when you have to do it in a short time period. This is why you should develop an elevator speech, or a sound bite...

    Provided By Monster

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    "How Many Job Interview Questions And Answers Do You Need To Wade Through Anyway?"

    If you searched in Google (most people do nowadays) chances are you ended up with a pile of job interview questions and answers. The real question is... are you really going to get that job by memorizing job interview questions and answers? This paper covers some of the common types...

    Provided By GoForThatJob.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    How To Avoid Unforced Errors In Your Job Search

    Have not one but two trusted friends read your resumes and cover letters. Tell them to pay close attention to your name, phone number, address and the headings in your documents - most mistakes happen there. Almost as bad as a silly greeting is no answering machine at all. Because...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Coping With Unemployment

    On a daily basis you check your email to see if your sixteen different job search agents returned that dream job. You send your resume to at least five positions a day. Heck, you even look in the Sunday newspaper! The media tells us that the economic recovery has begun....

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    How To Get Hired By Being Obvious

    If you want a drink of water, do you hire a focus group or pick up the Yellow Pages? No. You go to the kitchen, fill a glass and drink. You take the shortest route to fill your need. The path is obvious, right? Your job search is the same...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Are You Looking For A Job ... Or Waiting For A Job?

    Are you looking for a job - really looking? Or are you simply waiting for employment to fall into your lap? This paper shows two ways to be more proactive - and much more effective - in your job search. The traditional employment market is just like Japanese real estate....

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Questions Asked At Job Interviews

    The questions asked at job interviews are the key factors from which you are assessed and a decision is made. Being successful in the interview needs good preparation to enable you to answer the questions properly. There are numerous tricky and unusual questions that can be confusing and are difficult...

    Provided By Interviews.co.in

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    28 Days:...To A New Job

    You can't perform a job search if you don't know what you're looking for, so it's important to narrow your focus down to a few possible job titles. Next, find some ads for those jobs and deconstruct them for the skills and qualities that employers repeatedly mention. Use their terms...

    Provided By Alloy Education

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Top 3 Best Kept Secrets To Always Accomplish On An Interview

    The most important minutes in the Interview Process are the first five minutes! For that reason, you must make a great first impression. Needless to say, dress professionally. Do not be a trend setter on an interview. Dress in a conservative suit for men, white shirt, contrasting tie, and shined...

    Provided By joblooks.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    So, Why Don't You Tell Me About Yourself?

    Interviewers use the interview process as a vehicle to eliminate your candidacy. Every question they ask is used to differentiate your skills, experience, and personality with that of other candidates. They want to determine if what you have to offer will mesh with the organization's mission and goals. If answered...

    Provided By Alan Price and HRM Guide Network contributors

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Crazy Interview Questions

    If you want to get that amazing new job, you are first going to have to learn the answers to common job interview questions. The majority of the interview questions that you have thrown at you will be typical interview fare, but a company may decide to throw you a...

    Provided By Impact Factory

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    The Four Cs To Successful Interviewing

    For Some people interviewing can be nerve racking. It is the skill that is most important to have and portray in any job interview. You cannot easily fake it without coming across as arrogant or a know it all. But again you can learn it. So how do you learn...

    Provided By joblooks.com