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Honesty in the Job Search Process

A friend recently had an interview at an up-and-coming company here in Indianapolis. I asked her how it went. “They asked insightful questions,” she explained. “And I’ve probably never been so honest in a job interview.” That might be brilliant. Or, it might be a terrible mistake. Honesty isn’t always the best policy. Or is […]

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Wed, September 20 2017 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Corporate Culture, Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

To Find a Job, Think Like An Employer

If you’re looking for work in Indianapolis, one of the first steps is to pretend that you are an employer here in Indianapolis. A little role play will go a long way in helping you find work.

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Tue, July 4 2017 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Corporate Culture » No Comments

Dealing with Standard Interview Questions

Job interviews are a pretty dumb idea. Instead of asking you to do some work, employers ask you to talk about doing work. We shouldn’t call them “job interviews.” We should call them “self-promotion sessions.” What’s worse is that these experiences are filled with a bunch of tired questions like “where do you see yourself […]

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Tue, June 20 2017 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Corporate Culture » No Comments

Should You Discuss Your Salary With Colleagues and Friends?

This is one of those topics that you can’t summarize in one word. Should you reveal your salary to the people you work with? The answer is yes, and no, but yes, it probably doesn’t matter, and it’s complicated. And here in Indiana, it’s not any clearer than it is anywhere else.

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Tue, May 16 2017 » Corporate Culture, Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

Why Is It So Hard To Find Good Help These Days?

One of the oldest sayings in the business world is “Why is it so hard to find good help these days?” To me that’s pretty funny for two reasons. First, because “these days” doesn’t need to be included. And second, it’s the person looking who is usually creating the problem, even though the quote implies […]

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Tue, March 7 2017 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Corporate Culture » No Comments

Stop Making Decisions By Email

Are you having a discussion by email? Quit it! Typing out your thoughts is among the worst way to engage in a conversation. The best way is to have an actual, face-to-face conversation.

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Wed, December 14 2016 » Corporate Culture, Personal Organization, Technology Tips » No Comments