Author: Hank Stringer

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The Value of Thank You At Work, In Your Career Or In Your Job Search

I have a close friend who for the 30 years I’ve known him has been the master at saying thank you. No…

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Will Your Closing Line In An Interview Get Your Hired?

The interviewer has just grilled you with an hour of behavioral questions, digging for examples of your most exciting accomplishment and how…

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Tips To Get 'In The Know' In Your Career

When we communicate in our jobs or in interviews too many times we expect to be told what we need to know….

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Three Useful Tips To Format Your Resume

As we have blogged in the past, due to our current economic backdrop, the flow of talent interested in available opportunities is…

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Tips On How To Communicate Better

Communication matters and today our channels of contact are numerous, immediate and impressionable. Whether we are a manager, a candidate, a friend…

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Looking For Your Dream Job? First Get Optimistic With Your Current Job

A great deal of emphasis has been put on finding your dream job lately. And by lately I mean over the past…

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Common Cents: Know The Value Of Your Work

The work we have or seek has a value, and though it appears logical for companies to know the specific value each…

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Tips to Think Positive At Work Or In A Job Interview

Optimism matters when looking for a job, making a sales call or asking for…anything. Here are three action steps that may help…

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How to Get A Fair and Competitive Job Offer; Don't Answer the Salary Question

What do you say when the recruiter or hiring authority asks how much salary / compensation / money you are looking for?…

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The Resume/Profile/CV Tsunami – Hit by the Talent Wave

I am consulting with global companies designing talent sourcing, assessment and delivery flow efficiencies to fill specific executive corporate positions around the…

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Culture of Career Reciprocity – Give a Little to Get a Lot

I was taught early in my career to practice a ‘Culture of Reciprocity’ – the theme was simple…help others with no expectation…

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Need Work? Knead the Dough?

The total number of Americans who are not working full-time but ought to be is actually about 22 million, or 15.8 percent,…

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