If you hope to get hired to your dream job, you need to ace the interview. The problem is, there is a lot of bad advice out there about how to interview. We see the results of it every day. I usually sit on the other side of the table. One of the things that my colleagues and I do is to help CEOs solve their #1 problem. Their #1 problem typically includes making a few key hiring decisions in any given year. [Continue »]
Gallup says only 13% of people love their jobs. We believe that the main reason people don’t love their jobs is that they are in the wrong one.
So if you want to be happy in your life, and happy in your career, we would like to offer to help you get hired to your dream job. In fact, that’s the working subtitle of our new book project: Who Me? Getting Hired to Your Dream Job.[Continue »]
Recently I asked an audience, “What’s hard about hiring?” A man in the second row frowned and waved his hand to get a microphone. “The candidates don’t come with a crystal ball. You can’t see how they are going to perform.” When he said that, my adrenaline kicked higher. I was about to explain a method for interviewing candidates that is just like having a crystal ball. [Continue »]