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RSI Executive Search Firm Company Newsletter, August 2006

Issue: #9
Date: August 1st, 2006


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» Did You Know: It's all about Chemistry
» Your Job Search: Networking
» Hot Spots: Know When to Unplug
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Did You Know?
It's all about Chemistry

There are many elements to a successful interview with a perspective employer: appearance, poise, confidence, experience, and chemistry. When meeting with a hiring manager, you can demonstrate that you know how to dress, and you can show your grace under pressure. You can show them that you are confident (but not cocky), and your resume should speak well enough to your experience, but there is nothing in those traits that can win you an offer faster than good chemistry.

You have to keep in mind that hiring (and firing) are almost always an emotional decision. When your interviewer looks back over all the perspective candidates, there are three main factors they usually consider: Can they get the job done, how will they fit into the company culture, and what would it be like to work alongside them.

As most people know, there are hundreds of people in any major marketplace that can "get the job done", and many that would fit into multiple company cultures, but the biggest piece of the hiring process is how the hiring managers feel that person would be to work with. This, above all others, will determine the outcome of the interview.

The keys to building chemistry are pretty simple: be yourself, be polite, and be open-minded. Ask probing questions, and be sure to listen intently to their answers. If you can do that, you are well on your way to closing your interviewer with their own thoughts of how much they would enjoy working with someone who can build this type of rapport so quickly. This is VERY important when going for a sales position, because very often, you only have a few minutes to build the chemistry you need to make a successful sale.

 

Your Job Search:
The Importance of Networking

When faced with a job search, many people have no idea where to start. There are so many avenues to getting a new position that the options are often overwhelming. You can search the job boards, research companies, contact a recruiting agency, post your resume on line, send your resume to every company in your field, and so on.

Although all of these tactics can work, there is one that is tried, tested, and true; networking! Anytime a person is faced with a daunting task of any kind, it is always a good idea to contact your friends, old coworkers, past employers, and, of course, your working network to make them aware of the problem you're faced with, and also to solicit their help.

The whole idea behind building and maintaining a network is to use it to your advantage. These people are willing to work with you because they know themselves that one day, they may need to recruit you to help them with a similar problem. These networking partners can get you names, phone numbers, a good word to a hiring manager, and even interviews.

One of the biggest advantages to working your networking is the quick movement you can generate by reaching out to just a couple of well-connected professionals who can pull some strings and get your information in front of the right people rapidly. Once you have got the ball rolling, be sure, during your down time, to make an effort to thank those that helped you, and be sure to offer your assistance with any pressing problems they may have. It really goes back to the idea of "You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours". Once they do their part, you must do yours, or at least offer to now or in the future. Without your willingness to return the favors you receive, the entire system breaks down, so make it a priority to help those who help you, and they will be willing to help you again in the future.

Keep your eyes open for opportunities to be of assistance, and your network will grow and grow.

 

Hot Spots:
Know When to Unplug

How many times have you heard the expression "Let's sleep on it"? This saying has many connotations, but the most common sentiment for this is meaning to say; take some time away from the situation to clear your head, your perspective, and any underlying emotions that may be playing a part in your decision-making process. It is this basic thought that also drives the idea of vacations. Companies offer employees vacations so they can take time away from the stresses of the job, relax without too much concern for the movement of projects, and rejuvenate themselves so they can return with a fresh perspective and a renewed zest for the elements of their position.

Many employers see vacations as a paid leave from the company with no real benefits to the employer, and some of them will even make it clear to employees that they are not encouraged to take their vacations, and should be a team player by not taking them. This, of course, is flat wrong on many levels. A vacation allows people some time away from the stress of the job, and allows them to reconnect with family, friends, and most importantly, themselves. This connection helps people to put their lives into perspective, and gives them the needed incentive to come back to work with fresh goals, plans, and ideas on how to improve the way they do things. A vacation gives struggling sales people the opportunity to reflect on what hasn't been working for them, and clears their head enough so they can make the changes necessary to pick up their production.

On the other hand, a vacation for a top-performing salesman is looked at as a well deserved reward for a job well done, and gives them the added motivation to come back and make it all happen all over again.

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