"I think questions like the animal and tennis ball questions are irrelevant, annoying and even insulting. To me questions asking what superhero or animal I would like to be are conversations I have with my 11 year old. They are pseudo pyschological…"
"I think there may a grain of truth to some of what you are writing, especially #3, but only in the narrow field of office work. When the careers we are recruiting do not have "sitting in a chair" as a major component of the work day, this…"
"The player-coach role is one that is very familiar to those in the non-profit world. With limited budgets and much of the workforce being volunteers, almost every paid employee "manages" someone, if only on p/t or casual basis."
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How do you introduce yourself to people you meet in business?
As a non-profit business consultant. I tell them I work with charities and government agencies to assist them with all aspects of their business, especially revenue development, sustainability and human potential
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