I have been getting a lot of questions lately from people interviewing for jobs, and almost 100% of the time people ask for advice on dealing with this question:
“What is your biggest weakness?”
I’ll start out by saying that I hate this question… Everyone hates this question. Read More
write your stories down
This is a short post to remind you not to lose your best stories.
Once or twice a year, it’s a great idea to think about the 1-3 accomplishments you are most proud of, and write down the interesting parts of the story. Read More
This is a short blog, with an important point:
When and why should you leave a job?
Caveat: This is advice for someone who is wanting to advance their career.
If you are happy in your job and you don’t care about advancement, good for you! Read More
What is it you want to find?
I was having a conversation recently with a client who was asking my advice on interviewing for a key position on her staff.
She asked me how to know during an interview whether you can truly trust a person to deliver what you need in the role. Read More
I’ll start out by saying that I hate this question. Everyone hates this question. As various techniques, styles and technologies for hiring come and go out of fashion, this question persists like a cockroach. So I thought I would take the time to document my advice on dealing most effectively with this question. Read More