Are you aware of what you’re communicating with your body language? Studies have shown that your body language can say more about you than the words you speak out loud.
You’ve made it past the initial application, and the in-person interview is on the horizon. This in-between place is the domain of the phone interview. Your resume and cover letter were deemed worthy of a call, but is your personality worth the up close and personal?
A quick lesson in eye contact Dos and Don'ts. Pamela Skillings is co-founder of Big Interview. As one of the country's top interview coaches, she...
Leaving a great voicemail isn't easy. Here's some advice on how to leave a good one, without undoing the positive impression you left in the...
Let me introduce you to Noah Tawl. He seems to have everything you’d want in a new hire. He’s young, ambitious and eminently qualified in terms of both education and experience.
The first interview was nerve-wracking enough. Now, you find out that you’ve made it through to the second round, but this time, you will be meeting your prospective boss for lunch.
In a job interview, it’s all about how you answer the questions, right? That’s only half the story. Most candidates would be surprised to learn how much non-verbal communication (body language, facial expressions, etc.) matters.
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