Objections are part and parcel of interviews. Why? There are two main reasons. Firstly, interviewers want to see how you deal with a knock back and how you overcome it. Secondly, it’s because they have a genuine concern about your suitability for the role. None of us like objections or knock backs. If we’re not […]
What’s your approach to preparing your CV or Resume? Is it do it once and then just change it when you’re ready to move onto your next job? Preparing your CV or Resume Once That’s what most do. They prepare their CV or Resume once, send it around to recruitment agents and recruiters and wait […]
In February this year, my Father sadly passed away. He was 90 years old and had Cancer. Whilst his death wasn’t totally unexpected – losing someone so close is never easy. He was my Father and my best friend. That might sound a little odd, but he was always there for me. He was there […]
To the world you may just be one person,
but to one person you might just be the world.
When you get to the point in the interview and the interviewer says, ‘Do you have any questions?’, what do you say? Do you look at your list of well-prepared questions ready to dive in and ask away? Do you ask the first thing that comes into your head? After all you’re good at asking […]
What is your biggest weakness? This is one of the most popular questions that interviewers ask interviewees. It appears in different ways: What’s your biggest weakness? List three weaknesses What would your friends say negatively about you? What are your key personal development areas? However, they are all basically the same question. They have the […]