Posts Tagged ‘interview’

  

Exposure to Extremes

I love being exposed to different ways of doing things, especially when they are extremes that provide a sharp contrast with standard, commonly-accepted methods. I deliberately search out such examples because I feel they provide great learning opportunities to reflect on the true principles underlying successful endeavors. If someone can be successful while doing the […]

100 Interview Questions to Ask Employers

The interview process should ideally be an equal, two-way conversation between the interviewers for an employer and a potential employee. However, speaking as someone who has sat on both sides of the table, it has always seemed to me to be imbalanced towards the interviewers. They control the process and ask far more questions than […]