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Job Roles Say Much More Than Job Titles

I cannot help but notice the importance people place on titles within an organization. We seem to have a fixation on the use of titles.  Even in my own endeavors of employment searching I have been coached on asserting a … Continue reading

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Powerful Interviewee Questions

I have been in more job interview discussions in my career than I care to count.  The vast majority of them are when I was the one interviewing the candidate.  I always invite the candidate to ask me questions either … Continue reading

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Make Feedback Immediate, Public, and Nonjudgmental

The June 2011 issue of Wired Magazine had a terrific article on the power of feedback loops[i].  As the key example, the author, Thomas Goetz, pointed to the use of the “Your Speed” signs that have been around since about … Continue reading

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