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Five Ways Candidates Can Beat the Odds

10 October, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
There is one thing job candidates do not like to think about – the odds. Of course there is a reason, the odds are usually so depressing that candidates block the thought from even passing consideration. In many executive searches there may be anywhere from 20 to 100 candidates who apply. Even 20 to one […] Read more»

Ten Interview Questions You Should Ace

5 October, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
Candidates shouldn’t stumble over the most commonly asked questions in an executive interview. When they do, they are either clueless to rising expectations of potential employers or they are determined not to put their best foot forward in a crowded, highly competitive market. Either way, it does not make any sense. Research shows that 70 […] Read more»

Interview Questions: What Works for You?

13 August, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
In the early years of my executive recruiting career, my hobby was to umpire high school baseball.  For me it was a passion and a labor of love for a game that combined athletic ability, strategy and elegance. If it was Tuesday, Thursday or Friday during baseball season, there was a better than 90 percent […] Read more»