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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Planning Ahead for More Productive Mornings

Posted by Mary Ann Kelly There’s an Irish proverb that goes “Lose an hour in the morning and you’ll be looking for it all day.” Here’s how to make sure your day doesn’t unravel before it starts! “5 End-Of-Day Rituals That’ll Make Your Mornings Way Easier” by Leslie Ye from the HubSpot Blog: 1) Do a stand-up. When: […]

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