Top Notch Executive Interviews

Date posted: January 6, 2010
Filed under: Interviewing, Media

Top Notch Book Read what interviewing expert, Judy Rosemarin has to say in this totally on the spot, comprehensive and practical book on executive interviewing written by Katharine Hansen, PhD.
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Interviewing Forever

Date posted: April 23, 2009
Filed under: Communications, Interviewing, Leadership, Networking

We interview forever so be ready….


Are Your Beliefs Helping or Harming Your Job Search?

Date posted: April 5, 2009
Filed under: Communications, Interviewing

Beliefs : Are They Working For You or Against You?
©2009 Judy Rosemarin

Do you know the difference between knowing something and believing in something? To know something is when there is no doubt and to have a clear understanding of something. To believe is to take as true, real, to suppose or expect, or even assume. Beliefs are not necessarily true yet can be mighty powerful on both sides of the fence; hurtful or harmful.


Your Skin In The Game

Date posted: March 26, 2009
Filed under: Interviewing, Networking

Your handshake is your skin in the game.


The Magic of Story Telling

Date posted: March 23, 2009
Filed under: Communications, Interviewing, Leadership, Media, Networking

Transcript of Podcast on The Magic of Storytelling for Job Search March 16, 2009


Interviewing Musts

Date posted: March 2, 2009
Filed under: Interviewing

©2009 Judy Rosemarin

Yikes, you say. Interviewing scares me. No need. A job is a need unfulfilled and an interview is a place where at least two people are nervous (you and the interviewer) , breathing the same air, sitting in the same room and trying to figure out if they like each other.

Not very scientific. Correct, because it’s not. Truth? Given two candidates who possess the same skills, bring the same style and have the same color eyes, the choice is always “Do I like you and will you help me?”


Don't Down-Sell Your Resume

Date posted: March 2, 2009
Filed under: Interviewing

You Can’t Downplay Your Resume And Be An Effective Interviewer
©Judy Rosemarin
Recently, as part of a discussion group, an interesting resume question was posed. Should you downplay your resume in these hard times? I suppose the inference was that as a senior worker, no one wants you and that you should not show up as threatening. Times are tough, scary, uncertain, so play it low, play it small, minimize yourself. Oh dear.


Forever Interviewing

Date posted: January 28, 2009
Filed under: Interviewing

Interviewing is forever, not only when you are looking for a job.
It happens all the time. Yes, think about it. If interviewing is the process of influencing another person that you are the right fit for the need, then doesn’t that happen when a new team is being formed? Doesn’t that happen when a new office is being established in another location? Doesn’t it happen when you hear a neighbor talk about some problems that his firm is having and may need to figure out how to streamline processes?