Career Management – Interviews – The Most Important Sentences To Say In Every Job Interview – 2016 08 09

 

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Overview

 

 

The golf industry is on a collision course with 

 

   attacks by golf-hating & anti-pesticide politicians and activists

 

   betrayal by idiotic trade associations conspiring in anti-pesticide subversion

 

   costs related to #@!!% environmental nonsense policies that golf businesses cannot afford

 

   declining numbers of players

 

   demands for a total golf pesticide ban

 

   economic disasters

 

   environmental terrorism against the use of golf pesticides & fertilizers

 

   environmental terrorism used as a pretext of protecting bees or obscure species

 

   foreclosure crisis

 

   golf facilities that are being obliterated

 

   prohibitions against lawn bowling as a prelude for prohibitions against golf facilities

 

   proposed prohibitions against golf pesticides

 

   revocations of pesticide ban exception statuses

 

The prohibition conspiracy against pest control products has now attained national proportions, and the provinces have fallen like dominoes.

 

The professional lawn care industry is systematically being annihilated by environmental terrorism across the nation.

 

Because of anti-pesticide prohibition, Ontario’s professional lawn care industry lost over 500,000,000 dollars, with over to 12,500 unemployed    and the golf industry can expect the same carnage.

 

Anti-pesticide terrorists have virtually limitless funds to wreak their havoc, and they understand full well that there is NO unity within the green space industry    with the trade associations operated by idiotic elected officials and administrative staff.

 

The golf industry, because of the attitude of its trade association leaders    an attitude of denial, protectionism, and mock-dismay at any form of criticism    ignored the supreme historic opportunity to join forces with the professional lawn care industry, and litigate against the forces of anti-pesticide terrorist-evil.

 

A failure to do so was lethal, and future generations will someday ask the question    why did you not act  ?!?!

 

For the first time in all of our collective history, it can honestly be said that there is NO longer a hopeful future for anyone in the golf industry, young or old.

 

The readers are now faced with the prospect of departing permanently from a golf industry that has been deemed « toxic ».

 

There is no longer a hopeful future for anyone in the golf industry !

 

It is time for everyone to permanently depart from their jobs, leave the golf industry, and seek employment elsewhere.

 

 

 

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The Most Important Sentences To Say In Every Job Interview

 

 

August 9th, 2016

 

Huffington Post Canada‎

 

Selected And Adapted Excerpts

 

 

Before a big job interview, most of us will practice talking about our skills and experiences in ways that are relevant to the opportunity we’re trying to land.

 

We rehearse answers to THE MOST COMMON JOB INTERVIEW QUESTIONS about our greatest weaknesses and where we see ourselves in five years.

 

You know what ?!?!

 

You can land or lose the gig before you get the chance to say any of those things.

 

That’s because the most important sentence you’re going to say in a job interview often comes before you even sit down across from the employer.

 

It’s the very first thing that you say.

 

The hard technical skills and credentials in your resume are what land you the interview in the first place.

 

Once you reach that step, however, it’s your personality and your soft skills that will get you hired.

 

In a job interview, employers will be looking to see how savvy you are, how confident you are, and how personable you are.

 

There will be some questions about your work experience and skills, of course, but if the prospective employer didn’t think you could do the job, they wouldn’t waste time interviewing you.

 

What they really want to see is how you handle pressure.

 

How well you can communicate.

 

If they like you.

 

And that decision is made quickly, often in their very first impression.

 

So, when the employer greets you in the lobby, shakes your hand, and says   

 

 

Hi, thanks for coming in.

 

Or

 

Did you have any trouble finding the place ?!?!

 

Or

 

Nice to meet you.  How was the traffic getting in here ?!?!

 

Or

 

How about that weather ?!?!  The heat just goes on and on.

 

 

That is actually your first job interview question, and it’s your chance to nail the first impression.

 

Complaining about traffic, the weather, or getting lost finding the office is NOT the way to go.

 

Employers know that most candidates will have rehearsed their answers to the common job interview questions.

 

The small talk, the banter before the formal interview even begins is their chance to get a feel for your conversational skills in a context you would NOT specifically have prepared for.

 

Do you sound friendly and confident ?!?!

 

Are you upbeat and positive ?!?!

 

Can you speak with ease to someone you’ve just met ?!?!

 

These are all valuable for most jobs.

 

You can demonstrate these valuable assets with the first sentence you say.

 

This is your first impression, and if you blow it, your interview can be doomed right from the outset.

 

 

Question    

 

Hi, thanks for coming in.

 

Did you have any trouble finding the place ?!?!

 

Answer     

 

No, I looked it up in advance when I was researching your company.

 

I love this neighborhood.

 

It must be great to work down here.

 

 

Question    

 

Nice to meet you.

 

How was the traffic getting in here ?!?!

 

Answer     

 

Not bad at all.

 

I’m parked just around the corner, but I see that you’re just a block from the subway.

 

I would probably use that most days.

 

 

Question    

 

How about that weather ?!?!

 

The heat just goes on and on.

 

Answer    

 

I love it.

 

I went camping over the weekend.

 

I’m a little bit sunburned and have a few mosquito bites, but it’s totally worth it.

 

 

The employer wants to see if you’re friendly and personable, and if they and the team will enjoy working with you.

 

Because they know that whoever they hire will become a part of their daily lives.

 

That’s why your small talk matters.

 

 

Pro Tips     

 

Think of an amusing personal anecdote that you can share as an ice-breaker.

 

Something funny that happened to you ( or borrow something that happened to a friend and personalize it ).

 

It doesn’t have to be true, just true enough that it is relatable   and short and funny.

 

In survey of over 2,000 hiring professionals, 27 per cent said that credentials being equal, they would be more likely to hire the candidate who demonstrated a sense of humour.

 

If you can share a laugh and get genuine conversation flowing, you’ll greatly increase your chances of being hired.

 

But don’t start cracking jokes.

 

That’s too much.

 

 

 

Background Information

 

TO LOOK AT The Whole Truth, Please Go To The Following Links 

 

 

A LOOK AT    CAREER MANAGEMENT REPORTS, LIBRARY OF ( Web-Page )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/a-look-at-career-management/

 

 

A LOOK AT    PESTICIDE LABELS, LIBRARY OF ( Web-Page – Links To Documents )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/labels/

 

 

A LOOK AT    REFERENCES, 2016 LIBRARY OF — TURF, ORNAMENTALS, MAINTENANCE, & ENVIRONMENT ( Blog )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2016/05/05/a-look-at-the-complete-library-of-references-2016-turf-ornamentals-maintenance-environment-2016-05-05/

 

 

A LOOK AT    SEED REFERENCES, LIBRARY OF — JACKLIN NEWSLETTERS ( Web-Page )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/a-look-at-references-seed-jacklin-newsletter/

 

 

A LOOK AT    SLIDE SHOWS, 2016 LIBRARY OF — Part 1 Of 3 ( Blog )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2016/03/01/a-look-at-slide-shows-the-complete-library-of-slide-shows-2016-2016-03-01/

 

 

A LOOK AT …  SLIDE SHOWS, 2016 LIBRARY OF — Part 2 Of 3 ( Blog )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2016/04/04/a-look-at-the-complete-library-of-slide-shows-2016-part-2-of-3/

 

 

A LOOK AT    TURF, ORNAMENTALS, & MAINTENANCE REPORTS, 2016 LIBRARY OF ( Web-Page )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/a-look-at-reports/

 

 

A LOOK AT    WEED REFERENCES, LIBRARY OF — DOW AGROSCIENCES ( Web-Page )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/a-look-at-references-weed-watch-dow-agrosciences/

 

 

 

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