Cindy Caruso Aquila is the Global Head of Human Resources for Global Holdings Management Group, an international alliance of real estate asset management and investment advisory companies. She has extensive experience with virtual recruitment & hiring. Watch the video interview here. The following is an abridged version of the video interview. Since recruiting senior talent […]
The goal of any job interview is for both you (the candidate) and the potential employer to gather information and determine if there is a good match between you, the position and the organization. However, an interview is only as good as the questions asked -- and formulating effective interview questions is challenging.
No one likes rejection, yet we all experience it. Even when you do everything “right,” business and career opportunities may not turn out like you had hoped due to factors beyond your control. Whether or not you could have done more or differently, it’s important to know how to handle rejection as professionally as possible.
According to client feedback, what are the most frequent mistakes executives make during interviews? The most frequent mistake is not being sufficiently prepared. That preparation can take on many forms including getting to know who’s interviewing you and doing research on who you are meeting and the company you’re interviewing with.
What is one key piece of advice for new board members on how to be effective? The hallmark of an effective board member is the ability to ask management high impact questions. Such questions should yield insightful information and enable the board to execute its oversight duties.