Category Archives: Interview

You Do You: Being Authentic Pays

Things are rapidly changing for all of us. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we find ourselves redefining how we work, exercise, shop, and socialize.  We are challenged to rediscover –…

Are you prepared for your next interview?

It takes less than a minute to Google “Most frequently asked interview questions.” Despite the few seconds that are required to complete this task, many interviewees come to interviews unprepared…

Celtics’ Brad Stevens Understands What It Means to Use Your Strengths

On occasion I think that the plethora of sports-related metaphors used in the business world may be a bit overdone . . . but then a perfect one just falls…

Change Is Inevitable, How Do You Handle It?

What Now? 3 Tips for New Graduates

The graduation parties have come and gone. The flurry of activities that were initiated in the wee hours of the night while cramming for finals and culminated at the cap…

Volunteering – It’s A Career Must

I just finished reading an article by Noble McIntyre entitled “The Hidden Benefits of Volunteering Your Time.” And I could not agree more. In fact, the benefits are so easily…

3 Tips for Preparing for a Big Interview

Careful preparation for a big interview or client meeting is critical to confidence and success.  How do you prepare for potentially career-changing events?  Below are three tips to help to build self-assurance, harness past success, and hit the bull’s-eye.  Recognize…