Category: Human-resources

I’m already overwhelmed

I’m already overwhelmed! The RPM system sounds fabulous, but what an
incredible amount of work.
Here are some tips for making RPM a
part of your life:
·        
Don’t try to eat the whole whale in one bite!
Use what you’ve learned about chunking so that you go about mastering this
system i

What are your goals

What
are your goals?
TRAPS: Not having any.or having only vague
generalities, not highly specific
goals.
BEST ANSWER: Many executives in a position to hire you are
strong believers in goal-setting. (It’s on 24324w2214y e of the reason
they’ve achieved so much). They like to
hire in kind.
If y

10 commandments for ‘working hard’ George Costanza: 1. Never walk without a document in your hands 2. Use computers to look busy 3. Messy desk 4. Voice Mail 5. Looking Impatient and Annoyed 6. Leave the office late 7. Creative Sighing for Effect 8. Stacking Strategy 9. Build Vocabulary 10. MOST IMPORTANT:  Words to live by!

George Costanza:
10 commandments for ‘working hard’:
1. Never walk without a
document in your hands
People with documents in their
hands look like hardworking employees heading for important meetings. People with nothing in their hands look like they’re heading for
the cafeteria. People with a news

Developing Leadership Skills

Leadership is
probably researched and discussed more than any other topic in the field of
management. New suggestions, methods,
and tips for improving leadership skills are offered each year. Everyone seems to acknowledge the importance
of leadership to managerial and organizational success.
Po

What are your greatest weaknesses

What are your greatest
weaknesses?
TRAPS: Beware – this is an eliminator question,
designed to shorten the candidate list. Any admission of a weakness or fault
will earn you an “A” for honesty, but an “F” for the interview.
PASSABLE ANSWER: Disguise a strength
as a weakness.
Example: “I
some