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Most hiring managers use the job interview to determine whether you’re the most qualified candidate, and if you’d fit in. Others use that time to see how well you think on your feet, or if you’re capable of multitasking. And as it turns out, some even use the job interview to test your storytelling abilities.
Despite the fact that hiring managers now ask for a variety of application materials, resumes are still an extremely important part of the process. And because they’re so important, people usually feel the need to use old-fashioned, stilted, and even cliché language when writing them.
Has your career stalled? Kickstart it with great tips and advice from Careers24 GM, Marc Privett; UJ Career Consultant and Educational Psychologist, Mikhail Jansen; and Janice Wagner, Director of EDGE Executive Search. Hlubi and Gareth talk career development, self-promotion, interviewing the interviewer, employee+employer fit, and more with them.
LinkedIn Influencer, Bernard Marr, published this post originally on LinkedIn. There’s plenty advice out there to rehearse what you’re going to say in a job interview: research questions the interviewer might ask, practice your answers, come up with salient questions of your own… But what about rehearsing what you’re not going to say? I put together a
Gareth and Hlubi talk: Expanding Your Workforce – What Entrepreneurs Need To Know When Hiring, on Future CEOs today. They are joined in studio by Christo Botes – Executive Director, Business Partners Limited.; Zandile (Zaar) Mabuto-Mavundla – Key Accounts Executive, Mindcor Recruitment; and Keith Pietersen (BDSM) from the Institute of People Management. There are so
TED Talks are fun and interesting. Preparing for interviews can be, uh, less fun and interesting. To reconcile this, here are five fabulous TED Talks that are both enjoyable to watch and useful in helping you prepare for your next big interview.
You finally landed that coveted job interview. Maybe you aced it; perhaps you flopped. Either way, you send a thank you note and check your inbox compulsively for a week, waiting not-so-patiently for some sort of response. But you hear nothing. This happens far too often.