In the age of Twitter (and I love Twitter),
I recently had an opportunity to do help graduate students work through mock job interviews.
I studied French and German as an undergrad. I always thought I wanted to be a French teacher.
When I worked at Kodak in the 1990’s (and before! yes, I’m that old)… a new program was introduced called,
When you are interviewing for a job… probably one of the last things on your mind…
Have you ever tried listening to someone who is annoying you? Have you ever tried going a whole day without giving your opinion,
I recently gave a talk in front of a group of senior executives (older folk) who are ‘in the hallway’
I am thinking of two mid-30’s business leaders.
One went to Yale and had a lot of advantages in life.
The number one most common mistake at a job interview is:
failing to ask for the job*