“It is an acknowledged fact that we perceive errors in the work of others more readily than in our own.” Leonardo da Vinci
The World Economic Forum has published last week (January 22, 2020) the Mapping Report on Opportunity in the New Economy: Jobs of Tomorrow.Continue reading
According to a discussion paper on the Future of the Workforce published by the McKinsey Global Institute (Skill Shift, Automation and The Future of the Workforce), the three most in-demand skills by 2030 will be:Continue reading
Looking forward to the 50th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland (to be held 21-24 January 2020, with the theme “Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World”), we remember the highlights of the annual meeting in 2019 (the past year’s theme: Future of Work).Continue reading
You might have noticed that Job Descriptions and Role Requirements have already become increasingly sophisticated, at least with regards to general management skills & leadership flair, marketing versatility & ingenuity. New competencies are required from all employees across organizations.Continue reading
Our vocabulary visibly expands, so should our ability to embrace change and transformation! 30 terms and notions that you (may) have heard of, or trends which you are already experiencing.Continue reading
Interview with Nona Henti, the Workshop’s Facilitator
I am honored and so very happy to start tomorrow a new Workshop on behalf of a truly broad-minded client-company. Here is the Workshop’s objective and purpose:
3 Volunteers. 3 different Professional Backgrounds. 3 disparate Job Descriptions. 3 distinct Job Interview Simulations. This is our agenda for the Workshop to be held on April 10, 2016.
I thus invite you to participate as ‘silent observers’ in the three simulation interviews!Continue reading
More and more candidates complain about the lack of feedback from interviewers. The complaints go against both interviewers of recruitment companies and internal recruiters of employing companies.
Feedback after an interview is the most basic form of respect that an interviewer should pay to an interviewed candidate! Even negative feedback is better than none!
Nobody really expects an interviewer to provide instant feedback (although this might happen as well and, constructively given, there is considerable value in learning from this prompt assessment); however everybody expects to have a comeback on the interview in a reasonable time frame.Continue reading