Toronto, the city I call home, went into a second lockdown two days ago.
Adapting to Change: Identity
Hacking Structured Interviewing: Hiring For Jobs You Don't Understand
Have you ever hired for a job you didn’t understand? It’s scary. If you don’t know how to do the job yourself, how can you assess what a strong candidate looks like?
In this post, we’ll see how to modify a well-researched interview methodology to quickly build a process that helps you hire for the unknown in 4 steps. And, in the spirit of incrementalism, you’ll have something useful after each step.
Experiencing The Term 'Bipolar'
Recently, I overheard a coffee meeting that sounded a lot like a job interview. The candidate referred to their job experience as ‘bipolar’ a few times, and it reminded how frequently I’ve teasingly heard this label used in the workplace.