The Patience Mind Hack

Some things take time. A LOT of time. More time than we’d like them to – like that promotion we were promised year; approval for that non-budgeted project we recommended last quarter; staff recommendations on those procedural changes we asked for last month; or any number of other things we’ve been wanting, and waiting for, …

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Interview Practice Questions

Want to “up your game” on EITHER side of the job interview conversation? Try asking/answering some of these questions: What’s a career accomplishment you’re most proud of? What’s a decision you wish you could do over? What current initiatives are you working on? What’s one thing you’re trying to do better? How do you measure your personal …

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Getting a Better Grip | August 2012

The Auguest 2012 edition of Getting a Better Grip, the LeadershipTraction newsletter is now on-line at http://leadershiptraction.com/newsletter/getting-a-better-grip-2012-08.pdf: To receive future newsletters via email, subscribe here: http://leadershiptraction.com/connect/#contact. To view the on-line newsletter archives: http://leadershiptraction.com/newsletter#archives. Enjoy!

Conducting Better Job Applicant Interviews

Inc.com’s 3 Interview Questions That Reveal Everything really DOES live up to its applicant-vetting promise. For each job listed on a  job candidate’s resume, simply ask these three questions: How did you find out about the job? What did you like about the job before you started? Why did you leave? “Move quickly, and don’t ask for detail,” suggests …

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