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Leaders Who Cannot Communicate Are Toast

8 February, 2018 Posted by John G. Self
Do you understand what I just said? I can recall dozens of times my mother asking that question, usually when I was but one small step from incurring serious discipline. It was a question loaded with a serious warning. I have used that question, less as an advance warning of peril for my children, but […] Read more»

Candidates Lie

4 January, 2018 Posted by John G. Self
“Advances are made by answering questions Discoveries are made by questioning answers.”                                    — Bernard Haisch   Bernard Haisch is a German-born American astrophysicist. A recruiter he was not, but he certainly offered up a bit of insight that […] Read more»

Ten Interview Questions You Should Ace

5 October, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
Candidates shouldn’t stumble over the most commonly asked questions in an executive interview. When they do, they are either clueless to rising expectations of potential employers or they are determined not to put their best foot forward in a crowded, highly competitive market. Either way, it does not make any sense. Research shows that 70 […] Read more»