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Lee Gibson

Lee Gibson | CAREEREALISM-Approved Career ExpertName: Lee Gibson Twitter: @intravance LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/gibsonlee Personal Website/Blog: www.intravance.com Bio: As an Interview Preparation Expert and Career Coach, working with entry-level professionals and those in transition, Lee Gibson leverages his skills and experience as a Recruiter, Human Resource Professional, and Student of Life to guide clients in interview preparation. Lee has a day job as a Corporate Recruiter—with a company which works with 70% of the Fortune Five Hundred—and in 2010 he conducted around 3,000 Phone Interviews for a number of diverse companies. Lee’s unique position as a Recruiter, interacting with both candidates and hiring managers, has positioned him as a leader in the area of interview preparation. From his experience and observation, he developed the REACH method of preparation for phone and face-to-face interviews. What's your favorite career related quote? "As tough as wanting something may be, the ones who suffer the most are those who don't know what they want." (Unknown) What’s your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? As an Interview Preparation Expert, I am here to help. I seek to help my clients understand what a Phone Interview truly is and how valuable it could be if approached correctly. By partnering with CAREEREALISM, I am able to do that on a larger stage and reach those in need of help faster. Articles written by this expert: 5 Steps to an Excellent Interview 3 Reasons to Avoid Making Phone Interview Mistakes
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