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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Team Building Process

    Sometimes teams want a team building event because they want to have a fun, shared, bonding experience. Other times, teams have issues that they'd like to address. Initial sessions range from one to three days in length and can be followed up with coaching and additional team development sessions over...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Out-Of-The-Box Interviewing

    You are preparing for an interview with your top company prospect. Wouldn't it be ideal if the most updated intelligence on their needs and issues were available? Not the generic, bland requirements listed in the job description, but the salient, pressing issues your potential boss is facing right now? The...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Overcoming Liabilities In The Job Interview

    In most interviews there is typically an elephant in the room. Perhaps your experience is primarily within another industry and that concerns them, or you have not had direct P&L experience, or the project requires expertise in particular technology in which you are less than an expert. The elephant is...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Navigating The 1st Interview Question: Tell Me About Yourself

    What is the subject of an interview? Most people say, "I am." This makes sense because the interviewer surely wants to know about the interviewee. Why should the company hire this person, as opposed to someone else? However, is the subject of the interview truly the interviewee? Not necessarily. There...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Heroic Leaders Don't Always Save The Day

    The real heroes are those leaders who allow others to make decisions, take action, and gain knowledge. They support staff and provide access to information. They encourage innovation, especially during times of uncertainty and reward risk taking, even if the risk does not pay off. They seek input before making...

    Provided By Team Builders Plus

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Team Building Process

    Sometimes teams want a team building event because they want to have a fun, shared, bonding experience. Other times, teams have issues that they'd like to address. Initial sessions range from one to three days in length and can be followed up with coaching and additional team development sessions over...

    Provided By Team Builders Plus

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Out-Of-The-Box Interviewing

    You are preparing for an interview with your top company prospect. Wouldn't it be ideal if the most updated intelligence on their needs and issues were available? Not the generic, bland requirements listed in the job description, but the salient, pressing issues your potential boss is facing right now? The...

    Provided By Team Builders Plus

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Overcoming Liabilities In The Job Interview

    In most interviews there is typically an elephant in the room. Perhaps your experience is primarily within another industry and that concerns them, or you have not had direct P&L experience, or the project requires expertise in particular technology in which you are less than an expert. The elephant is...

    Provided By Team Builders Plus

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Navigating The 1st Interview Question: Tell Me About Yourself

    What is the subject of an interview? Most people say, "I am." This makes sense because the interviewer surely wants to know about the interviewee. Why should the company hire this person, as opposed to someone else? However, is the subject of the interview truly the interviewee? Not necessarily. There...

    Provided By Team Builders Plus

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Heroic Leaders Don't Always Save The Day

    The real heroes are those leaders who allow others to make decisions, take action, and gain knowledge. They support staff and provide access to information. They encourage innovation, especially during times of uncertainty and reward risk taking, even if the risk does not pay off. They seek input before making...

    Provided By Team Builders Plus