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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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How To Sell Yourself In Job Interviews Authentically

Job interviews are a strange mix. You have to sell yourself, what you have to offer and at the same time come across as likeable and self aware. For accountants and professionals who are sometimes reluctant to talk positively and even toot their horn a bit this can be a real challenge. They know that […]

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Why Are You The Best Candidate For The Role?

I first got involved in interviewing people for roles over 20 years ago. As we all know there are some questions that are almost guaranteed to come up in one form or other. One of those questions is:   Why are you the best candidate for the role?   Although there is a high probability […]

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What Will You Bring To The Organisation If You Get The Job

When you go along for a job interview you can be certain that you will get asked a lot of questions.  If you are well prepared for interview you will probably handle the vast majority of them well.  If you are not well prepared it will be a struggle. One of the things I notice […]

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Why Should We Appoint You

When you go for a job interview it is almost guaranteed that you will have the opportunity to explain why you are the right candidate for the job.  The real question is what are the benefits to us of employing you?   The trouble is that many candidates are in my experience reluctant to speak […]

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