Interview Preparation

Act The Part – Get The Job!

You’re no doubt familiar with the term “Method Acting”. According to Wikipedia, it’s defined as “a technique of acting in which an actor aspires to complete emotional identification with a part, based on the system evolved by Stanislavsky and brought into prominence in the US in the 1930s.” Method acting was developed by Elia […]

By |January 4th, 2018|Categories: Blog, Career Advice, Interview Preparation, Opinion piece||0 Comments

What’s your greatest weakness? – The Achilles Question.

I love to run. In recent years I’ve discovered the addiction of getting out in the early morning and pounding out the miles. For me it’s a form of purification and it also gives me the head space to focus on my goals for that day. It’s as much a mental exercise as a […]

Soft Skills – The Hard Facts!

Are we guilty of setting up the youth of today for future career failure?
I recently had the opportunity to work with a valued client, looking to hire a junior administrator. Having advertised the vacancy as a “junior” role, I was immediately inundated with a large volume of applicants, many of whom were recent graduates from […]

MIND THE GAP – Between Failure & Success

According to Malcolm Gladwell in his celebrated book – Outliers, “Achievement = Talent + Preparation”. Sometimes the smallest gap between success and failure isn’t the talent component, it’s found in the preparation. Have you adequately prepared to succeed and deliver on your expected goals?  If you haven’t put in sufficient preparation, well there can […]

By |May 7th, 2015|Categories: Career Advice, CV Preparation, Interview Preparation||0 Comments

Successful Interview Tips For Optimum Interview Performance

You’ve been invited to interview for a great job opportunity. This could be the position of your dreams and you want to impress. How do you prepare so that you’re hitting all the right notes and ensure that you’re successful?

At Campbell Rochford we believe that a couple of key preparatory tools will ensure that […]

By |November 24th, 2014|Categories: Career Advice, Interview Preparation|Tags: , |0 Comments