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Finding Your Unique Selling Points

You see an accounting or other professional role advertised. You apply and are called for interview.  So far so good. Deep down you know the following:You have a lot to offer.The competition will be strong.You can all do the job to a technically competent level.Armed with this you know that you are going to have to stand […]

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What To Wear To Your Next Job Interview To Be More Confident and Make A Great First Impression

Expert insights from styling and image expert Sally Smy of Queen Bee Styling on dressing for success in job interviews As an accountant or professional you are ambitious. You want to get ahead in your career. Job interviews are part and parcel of climbing the career ladder. Chances are you do a lot of preparation.  […]

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Career: Being Prepared For Job Interviews

If you are to have any chance of standing out at job interviews you need to be prepared.  As a minimum make sure that you: Do some background research into the organisation you are being interviewed by. Understand the key challenges facing the organisation or the industry in which it operates. Have two or three […]

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Career: 3 Simple Ways To Discover Your Strengths

In any job interview there are two questions that are almost certain to be asked: What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses or areas you need to develop? So how can you discover your strengths and development needs? Self assess or reflect personally on your strengths and development needs based on your performance to […]

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5 Things You Must Demonstrate In Job Interviews

Selection interviews are still the most common way of appointing new staff.  If you are the candidate, your objective is to persuade those hiring that you are the best person for the job.   Having been interviewed many times myself and interviewed loads of applicants and helped clients do better in job interviews, I believe that there […]

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