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MENLO PARK, Calif. – Interested in a management-level position? Well check the smug attitude at the door. According to a RHI Management Resources survey, 50% of chief financial officers cite displaying arrogance as a candidate’s worst mistake when interviewing for a management-level position. “When hiring at the senior level companies pay particular attention to a candidate’s ability to lead, motivate and communicate effectively,” said RHI Management Resources Executive Director Paul McDonald. “Firms value applicants who not only convey authority and aptitude but who also have the interpersonal skills needed to direct a team and collaborate with top executives.” In addition, the survey finds that professionals should be prepared to address challenging interview questions such as how they handle business setbacks or sensitive personnel issues.

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