A job interview should never be about your marital status, tattoos, piercings or medical condition.
While the whitelist of good behaviours could be endless, there are a few big DON’T-s that add up to a much shorter list. Doing these things will have a negative impact on your image and career.
We need people “specialized” in adapting to fast paced environments and with experience in solving challenges. Here are 10 reasons why I encourage you to consider people with a different working background.
“My current work is not developing my skills. I am not learning new things / new tools at work. The technology I use in this project is not the latest one. “
We’ve all went (or will go) through the experience of asking for a raise and not getting it. While sometimes it could be a subjective decision, in most cases there are business reasons that control this decision.
As a people manager, I’ve met a lot of people wanting to shift their career and expecting the company to provide both the opportunity and the training for the new position.
“Superstars” are people that excel in their domain, but they have strong histrionic personality traits, meaning they act like drama queens and kings, requiring constant spotlights. This is the strongest differentiator between them and experts.
We often grant attention to people proportional to the noise they make, instead of the results they achieve or the situations they deal with.
Successful onboarding of new team members is key to making them feel welcomed and part of the team, while also increasing their productivity and consequently profit.
It happens way too often that a candidate is recruited for a job role, then his actual assignment reads something completely different.