Posts Tagged ‘interview’
You found an internship opportunity at a great company. Your resume has been reviewed, you’ve had an initial conversation or two and you’re gearing up for the next stage: The Interview. You have one singular focus when you walk through that door – convincing your potential boss that you are the intern for the job.
Interesting question, and one, according to Kevin O’Connor, chief executive of FindTheBest.com, and former C.E.O. of DoubleClick, should be asked during interviews. In an interview printed in the Corner Office Section of this weekend’s NY Times, Mr O’Connor talked about asking questions that will throw people off balance and make them uncomfortable. To him, how people handle those tough questions gives him an indication of what he calls ‘raw intelligence.’ As we wrote in our post on Asking Tough Interview Questions, another way to … read more
Interviewing is a skill. Some of us may bend over backwards trying to make our interviewees comfortable, that we forget to ask the tough questions. While it’s all well and good to try and establish a rapport with a prospect, you still need to make sure that you’re getting to the heart of whether a particular applicant will get the job done. Here are 4 tips to get you on track:
- Bring in Someone Else: As a business owner, you’ve probably accepted (or at least