I am unable to say this as emphatically as I once may have because new research suggests otherwise, but I still assert this is true. Two weeks ago I wrote a post about how the practice of blind interviews was misguided and basically contended that the opinions of hiring managers gained from in-person interviews were […]
If you read my post, “5 Ways We Make A good Or Bad First Impression According To Research” you understand how quickly opinions of us are formed and how these favorable or unfavorable opinions can determine the number of doors opened or closed to us. New research further indicates ways we may be blowing it […]
“You only have one chance to make a good first impression.” This statement, while thrown around casually, is truer today than we previously suspected according to science. Recent research explains how we are helping/hurting our chances of landing a job, securing a promotion or even getting a date. Here are a few of the findings.
If you are employed but unhappy with your job you may have heard these words when grumbling about your work week to a friend, “At least you have a job.” If you’re a manager do you feel your employees are lucky to even be employed? This attitude might be influencing you to treat them in […]