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Engaging an executive recruiter is a big decision for most hiring managers, and one that must be taken carefully. When you decide to “go to search” for a candidate, you are making a large financial commitment and putting yourself out on a professional limb. You’ll need to justify the cost to your superiors, and explain why you do not feel that the best candidate can be found through lower-cost options. If the search fails, you will be held responsible for that failure.

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There is no more important hour than that spent in an interview. Remember, you are there to provide information. The employment interview is more than a recitation of your background and experience. It is a competitive process wherein information is exchanged, impressions formed and conclusions drawn. Your chances of presenting yourself favorably will be enhanced if you follow some simple advice.

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Many companies use telephone screening as a cost-effective tool and if you are interviewing for a position in another location, it will be the rule and not the exception.

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In part 3 of “Successful Job Interviewing” takes a look at appropriate questions for candidates to ask a prospective employer.

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Part 2 of “Successful Job Interviewing” offers a comprehensive list of questions employers ask candidates during an interview.

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There is no more important hour than that spent in an interview. Remember, you are there to provide information. The employment interview is more than a recitation of your background and experience. It is a competitive process wherein information is exchanged, impressions formed and conclusions drawn. Your chances of presenting yourself favorably will be enhanced if you follow some simple advice.

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Five sure steps that will take you out of the running.

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