Using Assessments When Searching For The Next CEO

Recruiting “the perfect candidate” oftentimes gets very difficult when finding the next CEO to lead the organization. There are many, many factors one must first capture correctly before starting the search for the next top executive. Looking at the industry, size, culture and current position in the market is merely …

Labor Day

Happy Labor Day! The holiday is upon us, so time to power down, right?!?  Well not quite in my experience. Many job seekers make the mistake of putting their marketing activities on hold before and during holidays, so simply by maintaining your activities, you’re already a step ahead of the …

Answering the question… “How do you spend your time off?”

Recommendation…
Don’t be afraid to mention family, and recreational activities that relate to the culture of where you are. In Arizona, hiking, biking or swimming. You might mention the symphony or concerts if you live in an area where this is popular. Your statement should not be a tell-all, just enough to show the interviewer that you are stable, well-rounded, and have your priorities in order. “I usually just hang out at the bars” shows lack of ambition or meaningful social life. This is your chance to paint yourself in the best light possible.