interview

Learning from Howard

by Juliana Trichilo Cina, jtcina.com Hate him if you like, but Howard Stern runs one of the best interviews I’ve ever seen or heard. In fact, much of his success results from his natural ability to communicate. Sure he can string together a sentence and crack a joke, but his skill runs far deeper. Ask […]

Interview Your Job

by Juliana Trichilo Cina, jtcina.com When you’re searching for a new career position remember that you have to “interview job opportunities” just as much as you are yourself interviewed for the job. Of course, the traditional job search and interview process do not offer you the chance to “interview the job” for which you are […]

Why Doesn’t Your Resume Get You the Interview?

You send out countless emails, electronic submissions, faxes–or whatever your choice resume submission tool may be–only to get few to no replies. You spend hours on job boards. Your family and friends are pimping your resume out at work and to friends. You ask yourself what’s the point in continuing the fight when your results […]

Life is an Interview

I was once at a funeral reception making small talk with the various guests. I found myself chatting with the Vice President of a prestigious firm. It was the first time we had ever met. While I was not seeking any specific end, he was particularly impressed with my confidence and saw potential in me […]

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