- Can you contribute in the short … Continue reading the story "CHECKLIST OF A HIRING MANAGER"
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Let’s assume that you match the education, key experiences and requirements of a position description for a job for which you are interested. What other factors will elevate you as a top candidate and best selection? Hiring managers want to know: What have you achieved? How did you do it? What were the results? Use this checklist to your advantage.
Hiring managers hire candidates that:
- Have a proven track record in a specific area that is most needed
- Can demonstrate they are capable to achieve results in the short and long term
- Can comfortably fit into the organization without being a disruptive force
Every hiring manager wants something. Why else would they be interviewing? Sometimes the hiring manager knows exactly what is needed and other times not. View the hiring manager as a customer needing help to achieve goals. Your objective is to find out what the hiring manager is looking for, why, and in what priority. How do you do that? Here are some ways to find out … Continue reading the story "WHAT THE HIRING MANAGER WANTS!"
Hating your job can be self-destructive or a signal to make a change. There are three different kinds of change: Those you can make on our own, those you can only influence and those that you just have to live with. Let’s look at a few of the factors over which you have little or no control. These factors will negatively affect your performance, career … Continue reading the story "WHAT TO DO ABOUT A JOB YOU HATE"
I’m sure you’ve seen a lot of diverse opinions, differences, disagreements, arguments, confrontations and sometimes non-repairable conflicts. There’s always a point-of-no-return in any disagreement. Shattering a relationship with an acquaintance is one thing. Destroying the relationship with your boss is quite another. There are no “rules” when you have a disagreement with your boss. There are, however, some insights you might want to consider. Take each … Continue reading the story "HOW TO DISAGREE WITH YOUR BOSS"