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It Is Not Nice to Bore Your Recruiter

15 July, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
Attention candidates.  It is not nice to bore the pants off the executive recruiter who is interviewing you for that next great job.  Really. Over the past 20 years, I have sat through – endured – more than 4,000 hours of interviews.  Far too many were painfully difficult.  Why?  Because far too many of the […] Read more»

Self Employment Offers Great Rewards

1 May, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
In the 1980s, when my long-time job as a Senior Vice President with a health system ended, I faced a tough career management transition.  People did not want the skills I offered, nor did I have the all-important master’s degree – it was a double whammy in a tight job market.  I went from being […] Read more»

Telling A Story

18 March, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
Why am I an executive recruiter?  That is a question that I am frequently asked, given my background — from being a newspaper reporter and the first director of Hermann Hospital’s acclaimed Life Flight program and national marketing manager for the aircraft company, to running a wholesale home infusion therapy pharmacy and the largest private EMS […] Read more»