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How to Prep for a Successful Interview

We don’t rise to the level of our expectations, we fall to the level of our training. — Archilochus Do these things and it will be impossible to fail! Many of you who work with me know that I like to create a background document to help my candidates prepare for their interviews. It contains a brief overview of the company, job description, relevant […]

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14 Favorite Interview Questions

What was the first way you made money? Used by Pharma exec, Cindy Whitehead to assess entrepreneurial ambition and hustle for her sales reps. We think it reveals truths about a person’s drive, work ethic and creativity: Did they build a slime empire in grade school, or was their first job post-college thru a family […]

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Your Resume Should Be an Ad, Not an Autobiography”

W2O’s Chief People Officer Deborah Hankin offers advice for a persuasive executive resume. Does your resume represent your best self? Are you proud of the way it conveys your experience to the world, or did you decide a while back “not to let perfect be the enemy of good?” I love that phrase too, but […]

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The Enlightened Interview

This post will show you how to apply customer experience concepts perfected by Danny Meyer and AirBNB to your interview preparation. I’m listening to Danny Meyer’s book, Setting the Table, about how he built his portfolio of restaurants. As New Yorkers, you’ve probably eaten at many of them: From Union Square Cafe to Gramercy Tavern […]

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