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10 Common Mistakes Job Candidates Make Over and Over

10 August, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
Sweeping competitive changes and market consolidation are two critical factors that impact an executive’s job search. Candidates cannot afford to make mistakes when they are looking for a job in these uncertain times. Our informal research shows that the average executive looking for a new position, will have six or seven serious opportunities in a […] Read more»

Selling Yourself: Mastering the 3 ‘Root’ Questions In An Interview

25 April, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
“I am really not any good when it comes to selling myself.” That is one of the most common admissions I hear when helping candidates prepare for their job search. Candidates with interesting backgrounds and obvious skills struggle to deliver answers that are focused, on point, and have relevant examples of their success. Some executives […] Read more»

Embracing Your Employees, Focused Networking & Your References [PODCAST]

29 March, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
Today, I want to talk with you about a topic that we have discussed many times in the past, but it is one that I feel is so deserving of our thoughtful consideration. Warm fuzzy management.  Well, actually we are going to talk about the importance of engaging our employees.  The warm fuzzy management terminology […] Read more»