How to Sell Yourself as a High-Performing Job Candidate

June 17th, 2016

Your job interview is a sales pitch – with you as the product. Candidates who conduct their job search as a sales campaign consistently win over other contenders who fail to take this approach. Prepare In Advance Every great sales pitch starts with advance preparation. This includes client research – in this case, researching your […]

Is It Possible to Spot a Lie on a Resume?

September 16th, 2015

Did you know that about one-third of job candidates lie on their resume? It’s true – and it’s backed by industry statistics. One recent study concluded that 34 percent of applicants’ resumes included either outright untruths or lies of omission – gaps or vague information to cover for something they were trying to hide from […]

Are You Being Headhunted? Why You Need to Work with a Recruiter

March 7th, 2014

When a recruiter calls, should you answer? And if so, what happens next? Are you interested and ready to pursue a possible career growth move? Do you know your current value in the job marketplace? Lots of questions – and it’s important to have all the answers lined up before you take that next big […]