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Stephanie Mullins on the power of “I don’t know” in Behind The Spin

Behind the spinOur very own Stephanie Mullins has been published in Behind The Spin with an article on the power of “I don’t know”. It acknowledges how interviewees can feel like they are expected to know everything, or that they will be at a disadvantage if they admit a gap in their knowledge to an interviewer. Stephanie argues that this transparency will not eclipse the other desirable qualities you display and may even be beneficial as it shows courage and willingness to learn. Though directed at recent graduates, this article provides sage advice for interviewees at any stage in their careers. See the full article here

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