With work from home arrangements now the norm, virtual job interviews have become quite common. As career professionals, we need to know how to best prepare our clients for these types of interactions. To understand the changes that are taking place in virtual interviewing, the CDI Education Committee reached out
When your job-seeking clients land virtual interviews (video interviews, AI software interviews, etc.), use this done-for-you best practices tip sheet to pass along to them as-is or to provide you with an educational guide for your own coaching practices! Virtual Interview Strategies are Now Essential for Job Seekers While virtual
How to tip the scales in your favor during your executive job interview presentation. By the time you’re in front of the executive committee for your (hopefully) final job interview, you’ve established that you are an expert and can likely do the job. The only possible issue for debate at
“If you were an animal, what kind of animal would you be?” Or how about, “What is your favorite song and can you perform it for me now?” Actual interview questions, you ask? Yep. They’ve been asked in real live interviews. Once I got, “Sell this
Here are some more great tools, resources, and news you can use courtesy of CDI leadership and the Education committee. In this issue: Your clients and the ban on "What's your current salary?" question 10 skills that dramatically improve job seeker chances of being hired The year in job search:
Here are some more great tools, resources, and news you can use courtesy of CDI leadership and the Education committee. In this issue: Lying on resumes - what it means Job title inequity - getting your client's job title changed PR strategies for solopreneurs Will AI take your client's job?
Your topnotch executive resume has opened the door to job interviews, but you’re not reaching the second round. What’s wrong? 3 Interview Stages—Are You Handling Them Right? This might be an over-simplification, but interviewing basically has three stages: Preparation Interview Follow-up You can trip yourself up in any of the
As career professionals, we know that job seekers, even at the executive level, find the process of negotiating salary daunting. This tip sheet will help your clients understand the basics of salary negotiation, what can and cannot be discussed concerning this topic and when to do that, how to create a salary-negotiation
Lightbulb moment! Let's make this great resource MORE accessible by putting it into the Member Resources section vs. in an email! I hope you enjoy these new tips and tools sourced by your fellow CDI members, education committee and leadership team. In this issue: Referring Unemployable & Elderly Clients You
You’ve had your resume and other career documentation ‘professionalised’ to highlight your most relevant strengths and achievements. Tick. You’ve promptly submitted your job application containing this career-selling documentation. Tick. The next step is to both mentally and physically prepare yourself for when you hear back from the prospective employer.