Begin with Character and Integrity.
We, as individuals, must look within ourselves and follow leaders with a proven track record and either pattern ourselves after them or build our own ethical blueprint -- one that becomes clearly evident by our own actions, by the reputation we build over time, and by the questions we ask and those we answer truthfully, as well as our own experiences and how we represent or share them.
Ethics and proving character can be a difficult hurdle when it comes to securing job interviews, let alone a new job. If a candidate, initially, doesn't fit in with the culture of the company during the early stage of the hiring process, chances are they never will. And if it can be ascertained that the applicant is even the slightest bit sycophantic, they will never pass an interview with the hiring manager or a direct supervisor.
Below is compiled a list of tips to aid job-seekers in showing their best face, letting the light of their character shine through loud and clear.
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