Throughout my career, I have interviewed hundreds of people. I have been wowed and amazed by many of the people I have interviewed and completely disappointed by others. The common denominator for all of the candidates who amazed me was their preparedness. The candidates who least impressed me were unable to sell themselves. I attributed it to their inability to organize their thoughts and highlight their “best self”. I used to leave interviews and wonder to myself how is it that people know how to prepare for an interview and get the job that they want?
After countless conversations with other professionals and friends, I decided to share my insider knowledge to help others prepare for interviews; to explain what Human Resources (HR) Recruiters and Managers are looking for; and to assist candidates in standing out in a sea of qualified candidates. This guide will walk the reader through the thought process of an HR Recruiter and hiring managers. It will address everything from your resume, to your attire, to questions during the interview and how to stay in touch post interview. When you complete this guide, you should have a better chance of Getting the Job You Want!
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About the Author
Scott Bogan has spent the majority of his 20-year career working in Human Resources. He has worked as a Recruiter for Planned Parenthood of Illinois, has developed and led management training courses for Managers, Directors and Vice-Presidents at First Data Corporation and worked as a Consultant for physician practices; advising doctor’s on hiring practices, recruiting and policies and procedures. He is certified with Achieve Global to facilitate Achieving Extraordinary Customer Experiences and Principles and Qualities of Genuine Leadership courses. In his spare time, he is a Certified Yoga Instructor, a published magazine writer and currently working on a book of fictional short stories.