Cultural Interviewing

 

THE BASICS 50%  |  CULTURAL FIT 50%

 

Most professionals know the basics of interviewing. But today’s hiring managers wants more than to just bring your skill set to their department.

They want:

  • An employee that is easy to work with
  • Someone that will promote the manager and company
  • A good attitude (can’t be said enough)
  • Ambition, desire and ability to learn and grow
  • Ability to work with existing team members
  • Creativity
  • Leadership abilities
  • Task and project ownership
  • Dependability

And in the end… they want to be recognized for selecting and hiring the right staff to support the team, department, organization and themselves.

Preparing for the interview

 

There are just as many wrong things that you can do when interviewing as there are right.

 

We all know the basics.  A fresh haircut, clean shaven, warm smile, the feel of confidence, formal dress, firm handshake and correct body posture right?

 

As a hiring manager for over 20 years, I can tell you that today’s managers are looking to hire someone that will represent them when the need arises. Being a good culture fit weighs 50% of the hiring decision.  No matter what your skill set is.  At the end of the day, hiring you, means their reputation is on the line.

If you are skills qualified, you have to show it more than ever that you are cultural fit qualified. You have to put your best foot forward.  Seems simple, but today’s professionals easily overlooks how important a good culture fit is to the hiring manager.

 

Your resume should be updated to match your skills to the job description that the company is hiring for. Recruiters will work with you to extract skills that you have left off your resume and to remove those that don’t apply to the job your seeking!  Always make sure it is accurate!!!

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If you are skills qualified, you have to show it more than ever that you are cultural fit qualified. You have to put your best foot forward.  Seems simple, but today’s professionals easily overlooks how important a good culture fit is to the hiring manager.

Your resume should be updated to match your skills to the job description that the company is hiring for.

Recruiters will work with you to extract skills that you have left off your resume and to remove those that don’t apply to the job your seeking!  Always make sure it is accurate!!!

Cultural Interviewing

 

THE BASICS 50%  |  CULTURAL FIT 50%

 

Most professionals know the basics of interviewing. But today’s hiring managers wants more than to just bring your skill set to their department.

They want:

  • An employee that is easy to work with
  • Someone that will promote the manager and company
  • A good attitude (can’t be said enough)
  • Ambition, desire and ability to learn and grow
  • Ability to work with existing team members
  • Creativity
  • Leadership abilities
  • Task and project ownership
  • Dependability

And in the end… they want to be recognized for selecting and hiring the right staff to support the team, department, organization and themselves.

Preparing for the interview

 

There are just as many wrong things that you can do when interviewing as there are right.

 

We all know the basics.  A fresh haircut, clean shaven, warm smile, the feel of confidence, formal dress, firm handshake and correct body posture right?

 

As a hiring manager for over 20 years, I can tell you that today’s managers are looking to hire someone that will represent them when the need arises. Being a good culture fit weighs 50% of the hiring decision.  No matter what your skill set is.  At the end of the day, hiring you, means their reputation is on the line.

If you are skills qualified, you have to show it more than ever that you are cultural fit qualified. You have to put your best foot forward.  Seems simple, but today’s professionals easily overlooks how important a good culture fit is to the hiring manager.

 

Your resume should be updated to match your skills to the job description that the company is hiring for. Recruiters will work with you to extract skills that you have left off your resume and to remove those that don’t apply to the job your seeking!  Always make sure it is accurate!!!

Cultural Interviewing

 

THE BASICS 50%

CULTURAL FIT 50%

 

Most professionals know the basics of interviewing. But today’s hiring managers wants more than to just bring your skill set to their department.