Het was waarschijnlijk weer allemaal niet haar schuld.quote:
Tot aan dat laatste stukje over haar favoriete uitspraken is het filmpje vrij normaal/positief. Maar haar imago in het programma was niet fantastisch nee.quote:Op donderdag 3 december 2015 09:26 schreef k_man het volgende:
You're Fired is ook een stukje 'damage control' voor de kandidaten. Tijdens de serie bouwen ze een bepaald imago op, zeggen en doen ze domme dingen en tijdens You're Fired kunnen ze dan heel sympathiek zijn, de schuld bij zichzelf leggen en zeggen dat het heel leerzaam was en dat ze alle tips en kritiek ter harte zullen nemen. Beetje om te voorkomen dat ze voor de rest van hun leven te boek staan als die idioot uit the Apprentice. Maar ja... vraag me af in hoeverre er bij Selena nog iets te redden viel...
Het gaat ook om wat ze niet zegt. Geen woord over haar gedrag. Kennelijk is ze nog steeds van mening dat daar niks mis mee was.quote:
The Series 11 - Episode 10 of 12
The eight remaining candidates are tasked with creating a new health food snack to be pitched to three major retailers. With the final looming, the teams have two days to invent the original snack and come up with a powerful brand before competing to try and earn orders from leading figures in the health food industry.
quote:The Final Five
The Series 11 - background special
Ten weeks ago, eighteen potential business partners arrived at the boardroom in the hope of becoming Lord Sugar's next business partner. As series 11 draws to a close and the tension mounts, The Apprentice: The Final Five profiles the remaining candidates.
Revealing the true stories behind the super-sized egos, it's time to get up close and personal and discover what really drives their ambition, and what makes these budding businessmen and women tick.
Featuring interviews from parents, partners and friends, along with Lord Sugar's trusted aides Karren Brady and Claude Littner, The Final Five delves into the candidates' backgrounds, and looks back over their journey in the process so far. Plus we'll hear from their fans back home, as we find out just who are the Final Five.
Drie in een aflevering is niet genoeg?quote:
The Series 11 - Episode 11 of 12
The battle to become Lord Sugar's business partner is nearing the end, as the remaining few candidates have 24 hours to brush up on their business plans and face the formidable interview process. It's time to get a grilling from four of Lord Sugar's trusted advisors, Claude Littner, Claudine Collins, Mike Soutar and new addition Linda Plant.
The next day, plans in hand, it's off to one of London's highest offices, the spectacular Leadenhall Building in the Square Mile. Lord Sugar explains that his advisors will be scrutinising their businesses and credentials, before feeding back to him so he can make his decision on who may go forward into the final.
There are familiar faces, but also some surprises for the candidates, as they take turns in the spotlight, and try their hardest to impress. One by one the Final Five are called in to face the music with Lord Sugar's unremitting mentors.
Armed with CVs and business plans, the advisors show no mercy as plans are punished and characters questioned. For one candidate it's a brutal bout as their bubble is burst leading to shattered dreams.
In the boardroom, it's excitement for some as Lord Sugar selects his favoured finalists. For others it's game over and farewell to the £250,000, as they reach the end of the road and hear the words 'You're Fired', for one last time.
quote:Why I Fired Them
The Series 11
With the final just days away, and Lord Sugar on the cusp of choosing his new business partner, The Apprentice: Why I Fired Them offers a chance to look back on the candidates who fell before the final hurdle, and the tasks that tested them to the limit.
From the impressive 'Desert Defeating Hair' campaign, to the bumper sale of million pound properties, this year's candidates have moved from great highs to jaw dropping lows. Facing the first ever zero orders for health snacks, and not forgetting the DIY disaster of painting over their client's shop sign, this year's challenges have had humour, heartache but also some outstanding performances.
Helped by previously unseen insights from the eagle eyed Karren Brady and Claude Littner, Lord Sugar leads us through the best and worst decisions made by this year's bunch of candidates. He looks back on the boardroom bust ups, and explains how he came to his decisions on who would hear the words 'You're Fired!'.
Misschien ook omdat hij in de boardroom milder leek?quote:
Denk dat hij daar wat milder is omdat hij toch elke week weer op stap is met die lui. Zal ze ongetwijfeld ook wel beetje leren kennen. Als interviewer heb je nog geen band met die mensen dus dan kan je nog iets harder zijn.quote:
Charleine zou te weinig ervaring kunnen hebben om iets groters op te zetten.quote: