Interviewing can be one of the most stress inducing aspects of a job search, especially when you are new to the process. Speaking with someone you don’t know can be challenging under ideal conditions, much less when your goal of the interaction is to land your dream job.
Hiring, promoting and evaluating people based on their natural strengths, expertise and ability to perform the job for which they were hired seems like common sense, but all too often, companies don’t define this clearly enough.
Personalized feedback from selected references may just be that deciding factor that makes or breaks your chance in attaining that final job offer.
We want to do a good job and produce a good product and the uncertainty about whether our colleagues share the same ambition can produce a lack of trust. This lack of trust causes us to shoulder a bigger portion of the project’s duties than would otherwise be necessary.
The investment market is immersed in a “double bubble.” First, there is a bubble of excess capital pouring into technology startups, resulting in overvaluations and the inefficient use of capital.