Archive for December, 2015

Interview Performance-You Really Want the Best Actor?

Interview performance is a big problem, and other recruiters calling it a rateable performance is sad. However they do. See link below  We tell our candidates to be natural, and other recruiters teach them to perform. Note how this fast growing US recruiter helps you assess your performance. So if American recruiters can openly talk […]

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Multiple Interviewers Does Not Solve Base Problem

Multiple interviewers can give us different perspectives,  but should not be the final word. We work with companies that know the value of trustworthy talent.  Some of them have gone far enough to use multiple people interviewing either one by one or in a group. This has certain advantages in that different people have different […]

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Cubicles are not for Humans, So Why Do We Have Them?

Cubicles are not for humans or are they? Teamwork is needed and super valuable as it creates force multiplier opportunities. Outsider perspectives create better answers than experts as they are fresh.  Two is better than one. However, game-changing  teamwork is elusive. You must have talented wholly committed team members.  Click on categories Motivating workers, Culture […]

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Posted in: Culture Development, Leadership, Team Development

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China – Easier and Harder – Seek Long Term Competitive Advantage

Long term competitive advantage still can be attained by those invested in China. China Briefing put up a post on the changes in China and how it impacted Western Investment here. It is a nice overview of the changing dynamics. I certainly agree that China is more Westernized than when I arrived to live here 24 […]

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