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RAPPORT EQUALS CHEMISTRY PART THREE: WORDS ABSOLUTELY COUNT

RAPPORT = CHEMISTRY PART THREE: WORDS ABSOLUTELY COUNT Helen Koster Voice and body matching alone cannot create rapport. They go a long way in creating chemistry but if you mismatch your interviewer’s values and key phrases, voice and body matching is wasted. In the...

RAPPORT EQUALS CHEMISTRY PART ONE: YOUR VOICE COUNTS

RAPPORT = CHEMISTRY PART ONE: YOUR VOICE COUNTS Helen Koster When all the candidates for a job have similar credentials, the tiebreaker is chemistry. Here’s what it sounds like: “They all could do the job. I don’t know what it is but I feel I would work really well...

Asking Questions for More Meaningful Resumes

ASKING QUESTIONS FOR MORE MEANINGFUL RESUMES Helen Koster In Warren Berger’s book “A More Beautiful Question” he makes an excellent case that the most successful people tend to be natural questioners. Also, a friend of mine who teaches entrepreneurship at the...
Are You Who You Say You Are?

Are You Who You Say You Are?

Are You Who You Say You Are? Helen Koster Last month I wrote that there is “…the ultimate question every interviewer wants answered, but doesn’t outright ask.” What’s the question that every interviewer has in mind? “Are you who you say you are?”   It’s often...
Developing Your Resume from a New Point of View

Developing Your Resume from a New Point of View

Developing Your Resume from a New Point of View Helen Koster Why is it really important to know yourself and be able to feel secure in an interview speaking about who you are? What can you learn about yourself by developing your resume from the point of view of who...