This is the next blog in the continuing series of interviews with leading professionals. In this blog, I interview Nick Corcodilos, a top management authority, author, writer, speaker, and headhunter. Nick is an internationally renowned expert in his field and this blog podcast ties directly in the highly successful Ignite Your Career series.
Take the time to listen to the podcast–it’s well worth your time!
About Nick Corcodilos
Nick Corcodilos is the host of Ask The Headhunter and author of Ask The Headhunter: Reinventing The Interview to Win The Job, the #1-selling interview guide on Amazon for 26 consecutive months. Nick’s weekly e-mail newsletter, published since 2002, is relied on by managers, human resources professionals, and successful job hunters around the world.
Featured in The Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest, USA Today, The New York Times, Fast Company, Working Woman, on CNN, CNBC and MSNBC, Nick’s iconoclastic techniques for job search, hiring and career development are used by job hunters and employers alike. Publishers including IDG, CNet and CMP Media have licensed Nick’s work for use by their millions of members in the fields of information technology and electronics engineering. In the spring of 2008, Universal Press Syndicate will begin distributing Ask The Headhunter features in newspapers around the world.
The Ask The Headhunter approach to job hunting and hiring has been recognized by management gurus including Peter Drucker and Tom Peters.
President of North Bridge Group, Inc., Nick Corcodilos has been retained by companies including AT&T, Merrill Lynch, Becton Dickinson, and Procter & Gamble to teach managers to recruit and hire more effectively, and to help groom employees for promotions and career transition. Companies using his book as a hiring tool include Disney, Marriott, Microsoft, Merrill Lynch and the U.S. Government.
Nick Corcodilos holds a Bachelors Degree (Phi Beta Kappa) from Rutgers College where he was a Henry Rutgers Scholar, and a Masters in Cognitive Psychology from Stanford University. He plays music (keyboard and guitar), and enjoys Chi Gung and T’ai Chi, backpacking and kayaking. He loves his work, but would rather be in Alberta climbing big rocks.