Last night I gathered with 100+ members of IAAP’s Rocky Mountain Region. Their leadership hosted a virtual workshop and invited me to present “Proof It! How To Be a Better Proofreader.” For a topic as dry as proofreading, we had a rowdy good time!
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This photo is of one of the walls in the conference center at the #AloftSeattleRedmond. I was honored to facilitate a three-day Advanced Communications Program for a cohort of emerging leaders for one of my clients, and we all got a kick out of the creative artwork throughout the meeting area. But, can you tell […]
We’ve spent the last several weeks working on refreshing our résumés. Now let’s turn our attention to specific word pairs that are commonly confused and misspoken. My goal during the next few weeks is to make sure these words don’t trip you up during a job interview.
Today I received another question concerning what to do when interviews take place at an eating establishment. Question: Thanks for posting about mealtime interview etiquette. It was helpful because I never really know exactly what to do, and I guess that’s where my question comes in. I still don’t feel comfortable talking and eating. Do […]
Why do we even have to write cover letters? If we’re posting online, is it even necessary? Aren’t we just repeating what is already listed on the résumé?
These days we are relying on technology to apply for jobs and even interview. To stand out in the marketplace, whether using a job-posting site, a professional recruiter, or even LinkedIn, a good old-school résumé can come to the rescue.
Ditch the chronological résumé.
Our most recent blog series “It’s Interview Time” sparked some questions and stories from readers. Today’s question concerns what to do when interviews take place at a restaurant during a meal.
The interview is coming to an end. You genuinely are interested in this new job or career opportunity, but no one has mentioned next steps.
Bold statement: Your nonverbals are the most important element during the job interview.