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Preparing for interviews is overwhelming because theoretically, an interviewer can ask anything they want, right? Thankfully, reality is not as wild as that. It's quite easy and formulaic actually. Most interviewers follow competency-based or behavioral interviews where they're evaluating your historical behavior or a specific competency relevant to the role. Here are 3 Easy Steps to Answer Behavioral or Competency-based Questions to successfully prepare and tackle these seemingly easy questions.Read More
Considering that we all live in such a digital age with eyes constantly glued to our screens, it's shocking how poor online communication continues to pervade our daily lives. Not only do others commit daily online faux pas, we are also perpetrators, most times without even knowing it!
Here are 3 Ways to Improve Your Online Etiquette and how you can improve your communication style for the professional you!Read More
Interviewers love to ask "What is your biggest weakness?" or the converse "What is your biggest strength?". I'm not here to debate how great of a question this is. However I can definitely share with you the best methodology to answer this common question that is surprisingly hard to articulate.
Here are 3 Ways to Answer "What is Your Biggest Weakness/Strength?"Read More