They take the interview process and break it down into three areas:
- The Kick Off
- Medical Assistance
- Fire Drill
It's an example of great storytelling illustrating how important it is to think on your feet and the potential result. Congratulations to Guy Lutching as well for landing the job.
How far do you go to stand out in the interview? What language do you use to distinguish yourself or what is your elevator pitch?
Even before the interview, how does your resume set you apart from the rest of the crowd? Have you considered a different approach then the traditional resume? Here are three that I saw recently that were very inventive:
There's plenty more clever examples as well - It made me realize that I need to update my resume so it tells a better story and at least gets a longer look.
What are you doing to distinguish yourself from the crowd?