Monthly Archives: September 2011

Mistakes are pathways to learning

In my most recent post of a couple weeks ago I shared my views on the value of job candidates asking powerful questions during interviews to help them assess their own thoughts towards the relationships on which they would potentially … 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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The Value of the Devil’s Advocate

In his latest book, “That Used to Be Us” released yesterday, September 6, Thomas Friedman, author of “The World is Flat” and “Hot, Flat and Crowded“, speaks to the degradation in the way our two political parties approach one another in … Continue reading

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