BHG Consultants is a unique provider of business support services located in Clark County, Ohio. What makes us unique is that we offer Human Resource and Administrative Management services for businesses as well as individual mentoring and career coaching to those seeking employment or career change. We also match individuals to organizations for short-term, long-term and permanent assignments based on the needs of the employer.

BHG will work with your business to ensure that employees are well-trained and that the needs of the business are met.

Contact us today to see how one of our skilled consultants will be available to assist with your business needs .

Who we are...

BHG Consultants is owned and operated by Rebecca Benston of Springfield, OH. She has over twenty years of administrative and human resource management experience. In addition, she is a published author who also runs Books from Higher Ground Publishing.

To make an appointment or for more information on the services we provide, please contact Rebecca here.

Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(Evening hours available to accommodate 2nd & 3rd shift workers)

Monday, July 17, 2017

Knowing your strengths

Knowing your strengths helps you to make good business decisions. For the job seeker, it also helps you to know when it is appropriate to throw your hat in the ring and it helps you to sell yourself as the best candidate for the job should you be fortunate enough to be selected for a face-to-face interview.

An article on Monster.com details how to assess your weaknesses and your strengths as a job seeker. List of strengths and weaknesses: What to say in your interview by Carole Martin gives a short list of strengths that you can discuss during your face-to-face interviews. She explains that you need to be prepared so that you don’t experience interview paralysis. 

Some examples of strengths you might mention include:

· Enthusiasm

· Trustworthiness

· Creativity

· Discipline

· Patience

· Respectfulness

· Determination

· Dedication

· Honesty

· Versatility

Of course there are other strengths that it might be appropriate to mention depending on the position for which you are being interviewed. These, however, are a great place to start.

In our next post, we’ll talk about the difference between presenting our qualifications on paper and in person. Subscribe to our page so that you’ll know when the article is posted.

For more information, you can find the above-referenced article here:


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