My post today on Inc.com, “Avoid Taking a Job You Hate by Doing This in Your Interview,” begins:
You could have learned in the interview why you’d hate your job if you’d had this perspective. Learn it and make your interviews productive.
If you ever left a job you expected to love, or endured hating it, these words likely ring true for you:
Leaving jobs is painful and expensive. You can learn about future managers in your interview, but few people do.
If you don’t know better, you’ll choose jobs based on what the company does, your title, your pay, the company’s growth, and other things that don’t affect your daily experience. In other words, “good projects.”
Read the rest at Inc.com: Avoid Taking a Job You Hate by Doing This in Your Interview
Also, here’s the video:
Learn to make Meaningful Connections
with a simple, effective exercise from my book, Leadership Step by Step.
- Step by step instructions
- Video examples of me and Marshall Goldsmith
- An excerpt from my book