interviewing

Interviewing Mantra Helps You Secure Better Job Interviews

Interviewing technique and chance of landing a job improves with our interview preparation technique
Interviewing for a new job is always a challenge. This is why I developed the three-step mantra I call C.0.P. ‘C’ stands for copying, ‘O’ stands for organizing and ‘P’ stands for practice, practice and more practice.

The above refrain is part of my The Real Benefit Exercise™ video, … Read More


Interviewing Powers Grow Through Career Doctor House Call

Interviewing skills mastery most important part of job candidates landing jobs

In this video, Career Doctor Scott Sargis pays a home visit to Ed Johnson to help improve his interviewing competency. It’s true, Ed has been getting interviews. But, Johnson is still dealing with the pain of being fired and is also not getting any interview call backs.

Our mantra is … Read More


Interviewing Video Helps Improve Job Interviews In Pandemic

Interviewing skills mastery most important part of job candidates landing jobs especially with coronavirus halting hiring

Interviewing is the most important part of landing a job. You must interview well to land that coveted position you seek. Historical employment research validates these facts.

Since antiquity most civilizations have equated work with worth. As a result, most of us who are unemployed view it as a stigma, … Read More


Interviewing Proficiency Secures Jobs During Coronavirus

Interviewing skills mastery most important part of job candidates landing jobs
Interviewing mastery is the most important part of landing a coveted position. This is both a historical employment fact and the message of my recent blog article: “Engineering Job Recruiting Slowing | You Need This Advantage.” This is even more spot-on today with the U.S. Labor Department announcing … Read More


Candidate Success Story: New Interviewing Preparation Tool

As I shared last week, the most important part of landing a job is selling oneself during the interviewing process. Unfortunately, most candidates do a very poor job. This applies not only to the R&D (research and development), scientific, engineering, IT (information technology) and manufacturing candidates my recruitment firm … Read More