Interview or Interrogation

Job interviews should be a two way street. Both parties stand to benefit from a positive result. It boggles the mind that (some) HR still can’t get it right.

This is a guest post by Laila Noort

I have had a reasonable successful career as an office administrator for the last 25 years. Successful because I have almost always had a job. I started out working for employment agencies in a time where jobs were plentiful, job hopping from one to the next. To be honest, I can’t even count the amount of job interviews I have done.

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Middle Management and The Digital Transformation

Middle managers tend to get a bad rap, and I believe this should change. Like it or not, they are the keystone in the new world of Digital Transformation.

When it comes to Middle Management everybody has an opinion. Almost everybody has some questionable experience with managers, I know I do.

Middle managers tend to get a bad rap, and I believe this should change. Like it or not, they are the keystone in the new world of Digital Transformation.

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The Heroine – Chapter Four with Céline Schillinger

In Chapter Four of my Digital Transformation podcast I talk with Céline Schillinger. If you are a corporate rebel, a change agent or someone looking to disrupt, this conversation will inspire.

originally posted on the Digital Transformation Age Podcast

Calling Céline Schillinger a (Digital) Heroine is no exaggeration. She is transforming one of the heaviest regulated industries on the planet, pharmaceuticals. How? By noticing a problem and dealing with it.

And in doing so she has managed to touch an astounding number of lives. Continue reading “The Heroine – Chapter Four with Céline Schillinger”