Preparing a hiring manager for an interview may be one of the most commonly skipped steps in the placement process.  This omission may be due to an assumption that hiring managers interview people constantly and certainly know what they are doing, or because we are worried about offending the hiring manager by giving them suggestions as to how to do their job.  Skipping this step in the placement process skips an opportunity to be viewed as a true partner by your hiring managers and clients.  Remember to reiterate what the value is to the hiring manager for taking the time to engage in the prep conversation!


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