Listen to hiring professionals discuss best interview practices and preparation techniques.
Interviewing – It’s all about the story
There is nothing more powerful during the interview process than connecting your experiences with the skills the interviewers are looking to acquire. But, it goes beyond just speaking about your experiences, everything matters, from the way you dress, to the handshake, to your eye contact. Nothing escapes the interviewer as they are looking for solutions to strengthening and growing their business. In this episode, Dr. Jeff Borden provides insights in to the science behind what is happening during the interview and delivers a slew of other pieces of insightful information.
First Impressions - Everything Matters
Jeff Hayes reminds us that everything matters, from the content of the resume, to the handshake, to the body language of the interview candidate. If you don’t think deeply about who you are and where you are going, you are doing yourself a disservice.
Leaving a Positive Emotional Impact
Jolene Clark is an expert at helping others learn how to have a positive emotional impact on those around them. As the head red head of "Red Head Momentum" Jolene consults with people service teams around the country. She teaches them how to better serve their constituents by helping teams of people become better versions of themselves.
In this podcast, Jolene imparts her wisdom regarding the hiring process and provides interesting insights for both hiring managers as well as those looking to land career.
Finding people who care more about others than themselves is what Mr. Timothy James Sweet is tasked with. He’s a practice manager with the University of Missouri Health Care System. T.J. shares unique insights into hiring for the health care industry. Yes, communication is important, but for T.J. it’s all about Mindset.
Everyone Wants Great Coworkers
Veteran's United is ranked 23rd in Fortune Magazines 2019 list of "Best Companies to Work For". In this episode of Glass of Water we talk to VU's Director of People Services. If you want to have great coworkers, then you need to learn how to be one yourself and know how to demonstrate that in an interview.