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Calm your nerves at interview

I’ve started doing live Facebook videos called Career Chat over Coffee and this week the topic was about how to combat nerves when going for interview… 566 more words

Career

Interviewing has to be Legal and Effective

Legal and effective interviewing is an important first step to ensure that organizations both select the right resources and avoid falling into the legal trap. 177 more words

Human Resources Training

15 tips for interviewing experts for your novel #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

Interviewing has played a large role in my career as a journalist and marketer, and now, as an author. Sure, I still get all flustered when I’m reaching for a big interview, but for the most part, the fifteen tips and techniques below work for me. 917 more words

Authors

Welcome to Washington, What Do You Do?

How to Get the Most out of Informational Interviews

By Laura Gross, Principal and Founder of Scott Circle Communications

“What do you do?” From networking events to first dates, that is perhaps the question that begins many conversations here in Washington, D.C. 657 more words

Networking

The importance of first impressions and personal grooming

The top of my head, my scalp, felt dry like I imagined snake skin would feel, and I took to it with the perverse interest of dried glue. 569 more words

William Pearse Writer

Client on a Roll? Help Them Slow It.

I’m talking about a spokesperson being on a roll during a press interview with relevant and tangible information being rapid-fire peppered at a reporter.  Most people in leadership and subject matter experts can talk for days on their given topics, right? 475 more words

PRSA-NCC News

Workshop - How to Ace an Interview with Katie Trinder

As part of the Dalmatian Job Show, we will be running a series of workshops and our Managing Director, Katie Trinder will be hosting one on interview techniques. 171 more words

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