About Candace Davies

Candace Davies is a Certified Professional Resume Writer, Certified Employment Interview Professional, and experienced Career Coach. She has successfully helped clients worldwide secure excellent job offers and land ideal positions. She has spent over 12 years in staff recruitment and management, which has given her the foundation to provide top-notch career and interview coaching. Candace is the founder and president of Cando Career Coaching and Resume Writing. http://www.candocareer.com/
Prepare Yourself and Get Hired

The interview is an opportunity for you and the candidate to gather information. The company wants to know if you, the candidate, have the skills, knowledge, self-confidence, and motivation necessary for the job. You can be sure that your resume and cover letter grabbed the employer’s attention. Their goal is to determine whether you will fit in with the organization’s current employees and philosophy. Likewise, you will want to evaluate the position and the organization, and establish if they will fit into your future career plans. The interview is a two-way exchange of information. It is an opportunity for both parties to market themselves. The employer is selling the organization to you, and you are marketing your skills, knowledge, and personality to the employer.

How to Build Personal Chemistry and Ace the Interview

Interested in turning interviews into job offers? Great, let me share some tips to build rapport with the interviewer and others within the company. First of all, no two interviews are the same, so you can’t plan exactly how the interview will go, but it is important to have a strategy. It is imperative that you face the interview as a selling meeting; meaning building personal chemistry and establishing an open dialogue for free information exchange. Success is not necessarily what you say, but how you say it.

How to Organize Your Job Search

Your job search can be enjoyable and successful! It takes organization and persistence. It is also valuable to have a well-focused goal. After all, searching for a job is a job in itself!

How To Write A Powerful Thank You Note
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Perfect, your cover letter and resume secured an interview – the interview went brilliantly. You’re confident they are interested in you. Now, you just have to wait for the offer, right? WRONG.