nies that ask the most difficult interview questions. McKinsey leads the list for asking the most notoriously difficult questions. CNN/Money serves up the complete list and a good overview of the process with tips to best prepare your candidates: http://cnnmon.ie/OUPK97
Question of the day: What is the most difficult interview question you routinely ask?…
s of time where it felt like each day brought real progress towards some important goal. I find that some sort of spiritual discipline is a critical foundation for an effective life. I've been through many.
I feel lucky most of the time. I have good fortune and great opportunity. Taking the opportunities is often like picking fruit at harvest time. Easy squeezee.
There are those times when it's not like that at all. Work is hard, opportunity scarce and luck is on vacation. Then, I substitute routine for motivation. I do what I do because it's what I always do. A solid routine can really make up for a shortage of motivation.
Finally, there are the times I wake up with someone else's blues. I can see all of the good things but it feels like crap. A five mile walk in the marsh is a good prescription.…
ng that candidate
The candidate on being happy involved in the interview process
The candidate on the job offer.
The candidate on resigning from his present job.
If the headhunter is unsuccessful in anyone of the above-he doesn’t make a placement. And he gets paid only when his referred candidate comes in first place-nothing for second or third place.
No. 5 is the most difficult sale because top performers become deeply rooted into their daily routine and way of life. And it takes them a significant amount of thought and time to completely consider changing their routine and life for a new career.
I recruit in an Industry that shifted its focus away from using headhunters. And do you know what happened? The Industry became saturated; many careers stalled and the stronger firms gobbled-up the weaker ones. …