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In marketing parlance, positioning is what sets you apart from the competition. This applies to your career. Your position rests on five variables: integrity, reliability, creativity, know-how and people skills. Ask yourself how you compare with your rivals. Rate yourself on a 1-5 scale and rate them, too. Be objective. Pinpoint your weaknesses and take steps to raise your score.
A simple shift in the way you ask interview questions can dramatically boost your chances of identifying a candidate who'll succeed at the job. Research shows that behavioral interviewing no longer gives you all the results you used to get....Click here to find out more.