It is easy to play the victim in a situation like a global pandemic. I am here to tell you that it is not “against the rules” to reinvent how you do things to thrive after all of this. Here are three thing you can do right now to move your business forward using nothing but your phone:
With today’s travel restrictions and social distancing, 90% of interviews are being conducted online with Zoom, GoToMeeting, BlueJeans, or some form of video broadcast. So, have the rules of interviewing changed? The good news is much of it is the same. You need to help the interviewer create connection, to have a conversation. Interviews should always be approached as a dialog, not a monolog.
In our continued efforts to bring the most value to managers, operators, and business owners in Houston, I’m partnering with one of my long time friends and consultants to cover a topic that may seem counterintuitive for an agency that specializes in finding new team members.
You are not attempting to chronicle your educational and work history on a resume. You are striving to make the biggest sale of your life… YOURSELF.
Let us help YOU navigate your way toward and through a successful interview. Below are some helpful hints you might want to consider:
Tiffany Wallace was recently featured in the Houston Business Journals List of People on the move. In March she received the 2019 Team Award for Professional and Technical Staffing in the contract and temporary placement division by the Houston Area Association of Personnel Consultants.