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I’ve interviewed hundreds of people over the years, and when I interview a candidate, I want to hire them. I’m looking for someone who: (1) can do the job, (2) wants to do the job, (3) will fit into the culture, (4) won’t quit or be a huge headache.
I've given many presentations and some have been more successful than others. Even when it's the same material. And very similar audiences. Something that I've learned: it's easy to overlook one of the most crucial elements of giving presentations-- make sure that your audience can easily focus on you and your slides.
The biggest tip to improve your public speaking? Think less about yourself, and more about your audience.
When on a job interview, it’s usually safest to follow the lead of your host. The interviewer is often sussing out if the candidate is a “fit” for the job. You want to show that you will fit in well with the established culture of the company.
I’ve interviewed a lot of people over the years, mostly for sales and finance positions. These are a few red flags that stuck out to me.
The best advice for those looking to achieve great things is often the least often repeated.
Valuable career advice that we haven't heard a million times before.