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The Importance of Recruiter Preparation for Interviews

15 June, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
To be prepared, or not. If you are a candidate I don’t see that as a relevant question. Yes, you should be prepared, really prepared. If you are conducting the interview, there is emerging debate about whether advance preparation is beneficial. Really? Barbara Corcoran, whom I have written about before, is a serial entrepreneur, new […] Read more»

Threat of Extemporaneous Answers for Dicey Career Questions [PODCAST]

31 May, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
      In this podcast we remember high school extemporaneous speech contests and how most of us lack that skill in answering dicey questions in job interviews. We will finish with some observations on how our industry will survive another attempt at healthcare reform. Everyone has a story to tell about their career and […] Read more»

Evidence-Based Recruiting: Improving Executive Search Outcomes [PODCAST]

24 May, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
      Today we will unveil an emerging concept in executive recruiting that could help companies avoid costly executive mis-hires. I touched on this in yesterday’s blog post on johngself.com and LinkedIn, but today I want to take a deeper dive. For more than 10 years, the numbers have remained essentially the same: more […] Read more»