01 Follow Up After Interview For Consulting

After Ron Szweda interviewed with CareerLab for a consulting position, he sent us this superb post-interview follow-up letter. The tone is excited and positive. Ron compliments me and our company several times, and also toots his own horn. He lets me know he is interviewing other places (in Chicago) and is publishing in the field--just the kind of successful, upbeat, enthusiastic person we'd like to hire.

Unfortunately, we weren't able to hire Ron. He was an excellent candidate, but our workload did not warrant additional staff. When Ron heard the news, he wrote an upbeat follow-up letter which showed he had a lot of class, and certainly kept the door open to him in the future.  

10200 East Evans Avenue, #202 | Denver, CO 80231-5202
H: 303-555-1212 | C: 720-690-5578 | szweda@ix.netcom.com

October 27, 20—

William S. Frank
10475 Park Meadows Drive, Ste. 600
Lone Tree, CO 80124-5437

Dear Bill:

I want you to know how terrific I felt following our discussion last Tuesday, October 26, at your office. It was very, very refreshing to experience the feeling of such a positively charged atmosphere.

Your marketing efforts involving books and tapes on careers are quite impressive. No doubt you have other ideas in the works for the future. It's obvious you are a leader in the center of an extremely supportive staff. How stimulating.

Please compliment Diane for me regarding her professional assistance with my persistence.

Incidentally, after previewing your tape, my wife, who assists in making educational videos which her company sells, commented on the quality of your presentation. I, too, thought it was a job well done. I am enjoying your two outstanding publications as well.

It's stimulating to know you plan to talk to some of your staff on my behalf. I would welcome another get-together to discuss my contributing to your continuing success. The last word form Chicago is that I'll be needed by December/January.

For your information, I am communicating with Tony Lee, of the National Business Employment Weekly, about running some of my upcoming articles in his column. In addition, just today, I was invited to speak for several hours on the Basics of Job Hunting, to a class of medical graduates at a local medical center. I was asked to do this on the strength of my last article.

I look forward to hearing from you in about two weeks when you return from your trip.


Ron Szweda

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