If your resume does not include evidence of all the position requirements, from years of experience to the type of and scope of your responsibilities, the chances are good you will not receive a call back. Read more»
In my 25 years of recruiting experience I found that the candidates who were exceptionally well prepared to answer these questions were more likely to advance in the search than those who did not. This is one very unimportant reason why the best qualified candidates only get the job only 35 percent of the time. Read more»
Tell me about yourself.
That is one of the most common of what I call core interview questions. It also one of the best questions a job applicant could hope for as a first question. Why? Because it is loaded with opportunity for an executive to set the table with a positive image. It is a wonderful gift.