Interviews With Thought Leaders

Five Suggestions for Babyproofing Your Job Interview

In this Washington Post article from Masha Rumer, she recounts the challenges she faced returning to work after taking time off to raise her daughter. Once upon a time, I was a fan of job interviews. That all changed after I’d switched careers, had a baby and decided to spend the first year at home […]

Read More

Trailblazing with Laura Mortensen – How Sharp’s New President Built Their Social Practice From a Single Assignment

It’s 2011. You have the opportunity to lead strategy for one of the earliest brands to embrace social at their AOR. They are #alreadywinning, and it’s sure to be heady and high-profile. Or, you can roll the dice on a social media newbie and their privately-held, 25-person PR agency. Maybe they’ll be convinced that social […]

Read More

Should You Hire a Financial Planner?

What advice do you need to get your financial house in order? Here is my financial planner, Marc Bautis of Bautis Financial talking about the things he does for his clients: From getting a handle on cash flow, to setting up a passive income stream, and everything in between! Important Show Notes: http://bautisfinancial.com/ marc@bautisfinancial.com Marc’s phone: […]

Read More

From High Five Moment to Google

One of my secret recruiter talents is that I can stalk people tirelessly for years. It’s not as creepy as it sounds. I love watching the candidates I work with realize important life milestones, from finishing their MBA to getting married, to having babies or buying their first house. Many times I’ll have a “feeling” […]

Read More

Glassdoor’s Top 10 List of Unusual Job Interview Questions

  Looking to spice things up next time you interview? Look no further! After collecting hundreds of thousands of interview questions shared by candidates over the last year, Glassdoor revealed its annual list of the toughest (and wackiest) questions job seekers could hear from potential employers in 2016. What’s the purpose of asking these curveball […]

Read More

When Things Go Wrong in InterviewLand, Part 2

Past posts about interviews gone wrong assumed that the candidate screwed up. But we, as interviewers, also have a responsibility to shape the way interviews unfold. Imagine if a talk show host, news anchor or sports reporter didn’t prepare for an interview. They didn’t research what had already been written and asked silly questions, or […]

Read More

The Producer Everybody Wants

We were recently told by a hiring manager that flexibility is the most-coveted AND hard-to-come-by trait among producers. Hard to come by because producers often feel the squeeze between the client ask, budget, and what the Creative team wants to deliver. They have to both manage the scope and embrace the possibilities… presenting clever workarounds […]

Read More
Page 1 of 612345...Last »