Beth Gilfeather, CEO and founder of Sevenstep Recruiting, noted that a more cautious employee acts as a counterbalance to risk-takers.
"They are risk-averse, but sometimes, you need people to provide stability and fairness, and keep your business from taking on too much," she said.
Some clothing choices tell us fairly obvious things about a person.
Where I live, if you see a woman wearing a head covering, it tells you she is probably a Hutterite.
Business leaders can't be involved in every minor decision, so they look for a candidate who is not afraid to pull the trigger.
The ability to act and take responsibility for the outcome is essential for anyone hoping to move into a management or leadership position."Examples of accomplishments working on a team should be part of every job-hunter's interview repertoire." Individual employers may value different traits, but they all look for the elusive cultural fit.Every company's culture is slightly different, and each is founded on different core values."Sharing stories that demonstrate how you performed during an experience is extremely important to help get across your personality traits," she said."[Discuss] how you handled yourself in a crisis, or how you showed up as a leader during a positive or negative time." Haefner agreed, adding that simply stating you're a team player, for instance, isn't enough for most hiring managers."When companies are assessing job candidates, they're looking for ...the right personality," said Rosemary Haefner, Career Builder’s chief human resources officer.The ability to work pleasantly and effectively with others is a key part of nearly any job."Employers value candidates who are flexible enough to get along well with a variety of personalities and work styles," said Peppercorn.Instead, provide a concrete instance of when you worked on a team to accomplish a goal, she said. The most important thing to remember when walking into an interview is that it is completely two-sided – you're interviewing us as much as we are interviewing you." Katharine Paljug is a freelance content creator and editor who writes for and about small businesses.Yoder said the best way to express your personality is to simply be yourself. In addition to Business News Daily, her articles can be found on Your Care Everywhere, She Knows, and YFS Magazine.