Applying the C-A-R-E Formula

How do you apply the “C-A-R-E” formula so that you can best convey your relevant experience, distinguish yourself from other candidates, and provide the context for your best characteristics? Here is an outline: An interviewer looking for experience in “Presentation...

Crafting Examples and Stories of Your Experience

I’ve just outlined the importance of using crafted stories which contain examples of the experiences you’ve had which will be relevant to your upcoming interview. Now it’s time to learn about the “C-A-R-E formula. Here is a breakdown: Situation/Challenge: First, lay...

Introduction to C-A-R-E

If you’ve read the first blog: “Preparing for an Interview”, you’ve already done preliminary but essential work. You’ve done the necessary research in connection to the job you will interview with, and read the information for content, for keywords and phrases, toward...

Preparing for an Interview

Most people go into interviews with little more than an on-line bucket list of job requirements often pulled from job boards, and with little if any interview preparation. Would you sing in a choir before an audience without practice? Pitch a baseball game without...