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[VIDEO 🎥 ] Prepare for Your Interview at S&P Global with These Tips from Recruiter Kiana Labuhn

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[VIDEO 🎥 ] Prepare for Your Interview at S&P Global with These Tips from Recruiter Kiana Labuhn

Kiana Labuhn, Recruiter at S&P Global, shares an exclusive take on the most important tips to keep in mind when preparing for an interview.

She talks about how S&P Global looks for candidates that not only fit the skills needed for the role but are aligned with their values.

Kiana stresses the importance of preparing for the interview in advance, first by researching the company and your interviewers and then identifying the core competencies needed for the position—thinking of times when you demonstrated these skills in your past. Have you heard about the STAR model? It's a great tool that Kiana shows us how to use in the video.

"At S&P Global, we will embrace and support the qualities that make each candidate a unique fit. Building and embracing diversity is a priority for us, and we're committed to unleashing the potential of every individual who works with us," Kiana says.

Take a look at her list of resume dos and don'ts and her own experience when preparing for her interview process at S&P Global.

To learn more about S&P Global and their open roles, click here.

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