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This forum covers Wabash, IN local community news, events for your calendar, and updates from colleges, churches, sports, and classifieds. Give us your feedback on government issues or coverage from TV stations and Radio networks in your area.by John Mc Gaughey '11 September 30, 2008 Steven Woods is a headhunter.
Using the metaphor of dating to illustrate his philosophy on interviewing, Woods explained that, like a first date, an interviewer and interviewee must establish chemistry and get to know each other gradually, to see if there is any possibility of a "second date," or future career. "Interviewees also must be prepared to talk about themselves in great detail." A lack of preparation can result in a poor date, or interview, especially when it comes to answering the question, "Tell me about yourself." "Everyone, from college students to company VIP’s, dreads that question," he said.He was an account executive, organizing three-on-three basketball tournaments, until he felt the call to recruit and returned to Indiana to work as a headhunter.Then, in July 2002, Woods created Fountainhead Search, Inc.Woods suggested that interviewees form 120 second "commercials" of themselves for interviewers.
Woods noted that six behaviors (communication, planning/organizational skills, accountability, empathy, competitiveness, and adaptability/coachibility) can be used to describe any other professional behaviors.Located in a small office in Indianapolis, Fountainhead Search fills medical sales positions and represents a small number of companies on a national scale.Although Woods does little recruiting in Indiana, he does represent companies in large cities such as Chicago and Atlanta."Of course, my wife has been very patient with me," Woods said.