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At the 2023 annual conference, The Association of Executive Search & Leadership Consultants (AESC) awarded Eileen the AESC Award of Excellence for her contributions to the professional community. Since 2000, this award has been given to recipients who promote AESC’s commitment to the highest professional standards.
Eileen Finn talks to Business Insider about the questions everyone dreads during an interview – and how best to respond. ‘Tell me about yourself’ can be a tough one. “Starting in the present might make you seem like you’re not reflective, and starting in the past might seem like you’re not really focused on what’s happening right now,” says Finn. A good option: ‘Where would you like me to start?’
How aggressive is too aggressive when you’re on the job market? Eileen Finn contributed to this excellent piece written by Dana Mattioli for the Wall Street Journal.
In another Wall Street Journal piece by Dana Mattioli, Eileen Finn and other recruiting professionals discuss the outlook and trends for expatriates in the jobless U.S. economy.