The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
You’ve decided that two candidates for an important role in the department should be invited back for a further interview. Both have similar experience and backgrounds…both would fit in well with your team. Here are some questions that might help you differentiate between them.
“You need to convince me you’re the right person for the job. What can you tell me that would make me say ‘yes’?”
Imagine that the person you interviewed came across very well, their references were great and their CV covered everything you want in a new person for the role.
You offer them the job, they accept and start working with your team.
Although an interview with a potential new employer can be an exciting, yet stressful time for you, it is usually not the same for hiring managers and recruiters.
While you may be waiting for your chance to impress, they likely spend their days interviewing candidate after candidate. Learn More
If you are in the negotiation process with a new employer, you need to know all the facts about what you can ask for.
The offered salary is usually negotiable, although not every applicant takes the chance of asking for more. Learn More
Finding the perfect candidate for an open position in your firm is often like winning the lottery.
We had a really interesting discussion during our Advanced Management Skills course the other day. The delegates were a mix of middle and top level managers from a wide range of different companies, but they all had one thing in common – they had all experienced at least one weird situation during an interview which had completely caught them off guard and almost destroyed their whole interview! Learn More