Congratulations! All of your hard work has paid off—you got the call for the interview! Now you need to prepare for a successful interview with the person or team who makes the hiring decisions. There are several steps that you can take to maximize the value of this meeting for you and for your future manager and to make your interview go smoothly. Follow these 4 steps to preparing for your interview to put yourself on track.
An executive job search is one of the hardest things that you will ever do. Going through this procedure can often leave you feeling bruised and beaten down. Your level of confidence can get hit pretty hard if you have been turned down for a position or haven’t been able to get an interview. Instead of focusing on the discouragement, work on changing your perspective.
Job search expenses can be deductible on your 2014 Federal taxes. Learn what the IRS allows you to deduct on your Schedule A.
Have you been wondering whether your executive job search has been going on too long? Do you have a sense of whether your motivation is too low–or whether you are simply overanxious? On the one hand, you might be spinning your wheels. On the other, you might be working within a very reasonable time frame, even though your executive job search seems to feel endless.
When you’re looking down the double barrels of a complex job search, you might be feeling isolated. In most cases, you can’t talk to your immediate colleagues, your suppliers, or your customers. What do you do when you want to move on from your current role, but you have no idea to whom you will turn for help? Who are your advocates in your executive job search?