Wednesday, September 5, 2018

The Influencing Letter: A superior alternative to the job-seeker's thank-you note

After a job interview, standard advice is to send the interviewer(s) a thank-you note. You can do better.

Thanking them for opportunity, for no pay, to get grilled can be perceived as toadying if not disingenuous. It’s unlikely to help levitate you to the top of the applicant pile.

Far better to write what the 5 O’ Clock Club calls an influencing letter. My article today offers is an improved version of what it recommends.

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