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Addressing the Soft Skills During an Interview

During an interview, you basically tell stories about your past.  Not fables, of course.  But real experiences that convey your expertise and knowledge that address the job description.  In many instances, interviewees focus on sharing information on all the listed requirements.  Interestingly, when it comes to the “soft skill” requirements (written communication, teamwork, problem-solving, etc.), many candidates fall flat by simply saying, “I’m a great _____________ (communicator, team player, problem-solver).

The key to convincing your interviewer that you possess these skills is to include these abilities within your stories.  Read this article I wrote for job-hunt.org to learn how.

Article:  The Secret to Job Interview Success

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August 22, 2016 - Posted by | Interviewing 101, Job-Hunt.org article

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