Do’s and Don’ts for the “Tell Me About Yourself” Interview Question


Lee Miller, Adjunct Professor at Columbia University, says, “Rather than dread this question, a well-prepared candidate should welcome this inquiry. Properly answered, this question puts the candidate in the driver’s seat. It gives her an opportunity to sell herself. It allows her to set the tone and direction for the rest of the interview.” Do’s… Read more »

Three Bad Interviewers and How To Deal With Them


Interview 101

It’s surprising how difficult the interview process can be. We always counsel our candidates and clients to strive for a dialogue in your interview versus a question and answer session. This is not always possible when your interviewer is inexperienced, nervous or just in a bad mood. Here are some suggestions for dealing with poor… Read more »