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Healthcare Versus Technology [PODCAST]

23 November, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
Technology is one of the hottest business sectors. The top graduates, once lured to gilded hallways of wall street and hedge funds, are now, metaphorically speaking, going west to seek their fortune. Technology, investment baking, the law – they all seem to take precedent over some other notable and important career paths like teaching, social […] Read more»

Candidate Interviews: Avoiding the Curse of Knowledge [PODCAST]

16 November, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
The Curse of Knowledge makes it hard for you to communicate knowledge or information to less informed people. Just think of a business consultant with vast knowledge and expertise who is unable to understand how little you know about an issue so he or she uses so many abstractions, so much industry jargon, that you cannot possibly […] Read more»

Common Resume Mistakes Hurt Candidates

30 January, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
In a tight job market, it is fascinating how many senior level and aspiring executives shoot themselves in the career foot with mediocre or bad resumes, or with a resume that contains major mistakes. There is no shortage of books, columns and blogs that provide guidance in resume development, outlining the rules of what you […] Read more»