Posts Tagged manager
I typically travel solo, but observing a lawyer with a client at the airport last week made me realize there should be an etiquette guide for business travel with your manager or a client. Though I've written Road Warrior blogs, I'm certainly no Ms. Manners of the road, but the following seem obvious.
The primary rule is to adapt your behavior to that of your manager or client. Do not be high-maintenance. This ...
With 35-plus years in executive search, I’ve had the opportunity to conduct hundreds of phone interviews with talented candidates. In many ways, presence and the right cultural fit are just as important—if not more important—than a strong resume with the right skillset. The phone interview is my first opportunity to gauge a candidate’s presence, authority and personality.
Some candidates are prepared and set the right tone for the interview. Others may ...