Dick Simmonds’ Job Interview Guidelines

With Career Search Leader Dick Simmonds

Dick Simmonds, President and Founder of metro Atlanta-based Miramonte, joined “The Communication Corner” on WBCX-FM. He provided valuable strategies for job interviews. Using his advice, your interviews will change from stressful to successful.

Among the topics we covered:
–Most effective ways to get interviews scheduled
–Researching your potential employer
–Appropriate dress code
–PowerPoint presentations
–Describing your qualifications without bragging
–The most persuasive nonverbal signals
–Negotiating a salary offer

HEAR MY INTERVIEW WITH DICK SIMMONDS
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DICK SIMMOND’S CONTACT INFORMATION
Web site: http://www.miramonte.biz
E-mail: mailto:dsimmonds@miramonte.biz
Phone: 404-606-8836

WATCH MY VIDEO INTERVIEW WITH DICK SIMMONDS RE SALARY NEGOTIATIONS
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Dick Simmonds’ Communication Strategies for Job Seekers

Guest Dick Simmonds, Job Search Cycle Expert

The U.S. Department of Labor reports that 14.6 million Americans are out of work–9.5 percent of the population. Almost half of those have been unemployed for twenty-six weeks or longer. A somber footnote–652,000 have quit searching for jobs, considering their quest a waste of time, effort, and money.

That’s why I was delighted to interview Job Search Cycle expert Dick Simmonds in my weekly interview program, “The Complete Communicator,” on WBCX-FM, 89.1, “The Voice of Brenau.” From his vast experience in sales, management, consulting, and coaching, Simmonds commented on:

*Best Internet sites for your search
*”Cold Calling”–still relevant, and if so how do you do it?
*Major guidelines for a resume that will get you to the interview stage
*How to state your qualifications in the interview without boasting
*Overcoming potential barriers to your age
*Negotiate salary, or accept right away?
*Nonverbal communication tips for interviewing

And there’s other valuable advice you’ll hear in this interview. Also, be sure to visit his Web site:
http://www.miramonte.biz

Now, to hear my interview with Dick Simmonds, click the arrow below in the Podcast section of this blog page, located just above the Audio MP3 lettering.

YOU TUBE INTERVIEW ABOUT NEGOTIATING DURING A JOB INTERVIEW

Additionally, watch my interview with Dick Simmonds on You Tube, “Negotiating During a Job Interview”:
http://tinyurl.com/dx626u

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Just think–if you have this audio CD, and your competitors seeking the same job don’t have it and don’t follow my suggestions–then you are far more likely to keep moving up what Dick Simmonds calls the “Job Search Cycle.” Place your order today!

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