Some behaviors we want to understand during an interview are the candidates ability to remember details about the interview, the company, and incorporating information into answers. We want candidates who can think critically about their answers and fulfill the requirements of the position. Here is a typical flow for a behavioral based interview:
When we coach others, we tend to coach for how we want the “coached” to behave based on our opinions. Lets not forget that we are not coaching people to work with us, but instead, to work with everyone. This is called self-serving bias, in which, you as the coacher wants the coached person to behave to meet your needs.
Be mindful of behavior before the client signs the statement of work, it can dictate the overall outcome of your project.
Change is hard! Why? What is Change Management and Change Leadership? Is there a difference?
People tend to change when change is easier than staying the same.
We have all had a bad boss, and it has caused us stress, made us feel in conflict, and ultimately made us hate our jobs. Several years ago I worked for someone