Interview techniques

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How to prove you’re a ‘lifelong learner’

As part of your career development plan you’ve got to evidence you demonstrated the use of ‘Lifelong learning’.  This is vital in an era when job instability, Covid uncertainties and the rise of freelance work are the new normal. However, life-long learning is more than about the standard-practice ‘knowledge transfer’. Knowledge transfer is itself vital to maintain as …

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Best interview

Give your best interviews in 2021

We are in the toughest job market in a generation and this is not a moment to just reassure yourself that being confident in interviews will be enough. It’s won’t – and actually, it never should be. In interviews, it’s up to you to prove your competence, your skills, the experiences you have had and why …

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Get noticed

3 Unconventional ways to get noticed in the interview

At the end of the day, you and I both get hired, fired or promoted based not on how awesome we think we are – but based on what other people think, as I talk about in ‘The Con Job’. Rather than thinking about how you can self-promote, today we’ll be looking at unorthodox, yet crucial …

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Interviewing

No small hand mirror required :) to find your superpowers

Perhaps not surprisingly, I’ve been doing a lot of work with professionals who’ve recently lost a job or gone through a different crisis of confidence. No doubt, a downturn is hard, but I’ve found helping them tap into their ’superpowers’ (easily forgotten!) to be hugely useful. Like many of our most important parts, our superpowers can seem hard to …

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