The benefits of using emails are hard to resist. Email is a quick and easy method of communication; they do not interrupt someone or put them on the spot. But when you’re looking to make a good impression and create rapport, a phone call is often the more effective option. An email could go for hours or even days without being read or actioned, whereas the more personal 5 minute phone call can be a far more successful strategy.
Conquering the C-Suite: You’ve navigated the resume stage, built your online presence, and landed the coveted interview. Now comes the ultimate test: convincing the boardroom