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  Become the Flawless Fit on the First In-Person Interview
by Dr. Arlene Barro - Apr, 2011
In an employer's marketplace you must be the Flawless Fit to capture the position you want. If you are a consultant, capturing the clients you're pursuing is challenging. Potential clients must see you as the flawless fit. The question is what to do to become the flawless fit in either situation. Here are three actions you can take to help you become the flawless fit: 1. A couple of days before an in-person interview, stan...
 
  Do you say what you know or know what you say?
by Dr. Arlene Barro - Mar, 2011
Understanding employers' responses and requests is essential to succeeding in your job search. Based on what I have learned from coaching job seekers, many have difficulty reading in between the lines. It is not uncommon for employers to: • spend significant amounts of time interviewing for an open position and then cancel the search • hire someone other than you after picking your brain Do you say what you kno...
 
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