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July 11, 2018

Employer – I am of course.  I’m the one with the job to offer. Applicant – Duh, I am.  I have more interviews than I can handle. Employer – That doesn’t affect me.  I’m only going to hire my ideal candidate.  Besides I’ve always been in control. Applicant –  Maybe it’s different this time.  […]

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June 25, 2018

As many of you know (or don’t and are curious) I am the ex-wife of Jordan and currently The VP Sales and Marketing at www.pinnaclesource.com.   I have known Jordan for over 30 years and have seen many changes of the CRO (Chief Recruiting Officer) of The Pinnacle Source over the years.   Together we’ve[…]

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April 27, 2018

What’s your top priority? Process or purpose? Where is it written that the longer a company’s interview process the better the result?  In fact, my empirical evidence over 35 years in the trenches suggests otherwise.  Time-to-market  in our hyper-competitive, supersonic paced I.T. Industry is critical.  So why insist upon screening 5-10 candidates 4 plus times[…]

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June 27, 2017

Do you know the past has no power over you? Do you conduct yourself that way in an interview?  Probably not.  But that’s okay.  We’re all human, and fragile, to an extent. Discerning hiring authorities look for candidates with “vision” and purpose.  They hire candidates that are moving towards the future. My clients tell me[…]

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May 12, 2017

Sales hirers are smart. The best have succeeded in the trenches. They’ve outfoxed the competition, overcome objections and risen to the top. You need to be prepared to satisfy them. Quench their thirst for over quota performers by avoiding the most common mistake sales candidates make; and by having answers ready for the questions they will ask during the[…]

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May 12, 2017

LOVE THIS – So many talented, underemployed candidates I deal with are “stuck”! They could benefit from Morey Stettner’s article in today’s (1/9/17) Investor’s Business Daily on Leadership to Courage. Brush aside convention. Courage sometimes means going against the grain. Playing it safe can backfire and leave you worse off than if you confronted fear head-on in pursuit[…]

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July 11, 2018

Employer – I am of course.  I’m the one with the job to offer. Applicant – Duh, I am.  I have more interviews than I can handle. Employer – That doesn’t affect me.  I’m only going to hire my ideal candidate.  Besides I’ve always been in control. Applicant –  Maybe it’s different this time.  […]

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June 25, 2018

As many of you know (or don’t and are curious) I am the ex-wife of Jordan and currently The VP Sales and Marketing at www.pinnaclesource.com.   I have known Jordan for over 30 years and have seen many changes of the CRO (Chief Recruiting Officer) of The Pinnacle Source over the years.   Together we’ve[…]

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April 27, 2018

What’s your top priority? Process or purpose? Where is it written that the longer a company’s interview process the better the result?  In fact, my empirical evidence over 35 years in the trenches suggests otherwise.  Time-to-market  in our hyper-competitive, supersonic paced I.T. Industry is critical.  So why insist upon screening 5-10 candidates 4 plus times[…]

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June 27, 2017

Do you know the past has no power over you? Do you conduct yourself that way in an interview?  Probably not.  But that’s okay.  We’re all human, and fragile, to an extent. Discerning hiring authorities look for candidates with “vision” and purpose.  They hire candidates that are moving towards the future. My clients tell me[…]

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May 12, 2017

Sales hirers are smart. The best have succeeded in the trenches. They’ve outfoxed the competition, overcome objections and risen to the top. You need to be prepared to satisfy them. Quench their thirst for over quota performers by avoiding the most common mistake sales candidates make; and by having answers ready for the questions they will ask during the[…]

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May 12, 2017

LOVE THIS – So many talented, underemployed candidates I deal with are “stuck”! They could benefit from Morey Stettner’s article in today’s (1/9/17) Investor’s Business Daily on Leadership to Courage. Brush aside convention. Courage sometimes means going against the grain. Playing it safe can backfire and leave you worse off than if you confronted fear head-on in pursuit[…]

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July 11, 2018

Employer – I am of course.  I’m the one with the job to offer. Applicant – Duh, I am.  I have more interviews than I can handle. Employer – That doesn’t affect me.  I’m only going to hire my ideal candidate.  Besides I’ve always been in control. Applicant –  Maybe it’s different this time.  […]

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June 25, 2018

As many of you know (or don’t and are curious) I am the ex-wife of Jordan and currently The VP Sales and Marketing at www.pinnaclesource.com.   I have known Jordan for over 30 years and have seen many changes of the CRO (Chief Recruiting Officer) of The Pinnacle Source over the years.   Together we’ve[…]

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April 27, 2018

What’s your top priority? Process or purpose? Where is it written that the longer a company’s interview process the better the result?  In fact, my empirical evidence over 35 years in the trenches suggests otherwise.  Time-to-market  in our hyper-competitive, supersonic paced I.T. Industry is critical.  So why insist upon screening 5-10 candidates 4 plus times[…]

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June 27, 2017

Do you know the past has no power over you? Do you conduct yourself that way in an interview?  Probably not.  But that’s okay.  We’re all human, and fragile, to an extent. Discerning hiring authorities look for candidates with “vision” and purpose.  They hire candidates that are moving towards the future. My clients tell me[…]

Read More

May 12, 2017

Sales hirers are smart. The best have succeeded in the trenches. They’ve outfoxed the competition, overcome objections and risen to the top. You need to be prepared to satisfy them. Quench their thirst for over quota performers by avoiding the most common mistake sales candidates make; and by having answers ready for the questions they will ask during the[…]

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May 12, 2017

LOVE THIS – So many talented, underemployed candidates I deal with are “stuck”! They could benefit from Morey Stettner’s article in today’s (1/9/17) Investor’s Business Daily on Leadership to Courage. Brush aside convention. Courage sometimes means going against the grain. Playing it safe can backfire and leave you worse off than if you confronted fear head-on in pursuit[…]

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July 11, 2018

Employer – I am of course.  I’m the one with the job to offer. Applicant – Duh, I am.  I have more interviews than I can handle. Employer – That doesn’t affect me.  I’m only going to hire my ideal candidate.  Besides I’ve always been in control. Applicant –  Maybe it’s different this time.  […]

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June 25, 2018

As many of you know (or don’t and are curious) I am the ex-wife of Jordan and currently The VP Sales and Marketing at www.pinnaclesource.com.   I have known Jordan for over 30 years and have seen many changes of the CRO (Chief Recruiting Officer) of The Pinnacle Source over the years.   Together we’ve[…]

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April 27, 2018

What’s your top priority? Process or purpose? Where is it written that the longer a company’s interview process the better the result?  In fact, my empirical evidence over 35 years in the trenches suggests otherwise.  Time-to-market  in our hyper-competitive, supersonic paced I.T. Industry is critical.  So why insist upon screening 5-10 candidates 4 plus times[…]

Read More

June 27, 2017

Do you know the past has no power over you? Do you conduct yourself that way in an interview?  Probably not.  But that’s okay.  We’re all human, and fragile, to an extent. Discerning hiring authorities look for candidates with “vision” and purpose.  They hire candidates that are moving towards the future. My clients tell me[…]

Read More

May 12, 2017

Sales hirers are smart. The best have succeeded in the trenches. They’ve outfoxed the competition, overcome objections and risen to the top. You need to be prepared to satisfy them. Quench their thirst for over quota performers by avoiding the most common mistake sales candidates make; and by having answers ready for the questions they will ask during the[…]

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May 12, 2017

LOVE THIS – So many talented, underemployed candidates I deal with are “stuck”! They could benefit from Morey Stettner’s article in today’s (1/9/17) Investor’s Business Daily on Leadership to Courage. Brush aside convention. Courage sometimes means going against the grain. Playing it safe can backfire and leave you worse off than if you confronted fear head-on in pursuit[…]

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