I am sure we are all doing the best we can, but we have to condition ourselves to think forward and plan forward. We cannot simply lay down. Our expectation has to be that we are going to have to work twice as hard.
Even those industries where we see the most activity such as Technology, Life Sciences, Supply Chain and Healthcare have focused on creating a balance of resilience and accountability.
Listen, this isn’t easy in the best times, especially if you are currently in a reduction mode or in the midst of layoffs. Yet, we must press on. Sometimes necessary endings create opportunity and new approaches.
Here is the one thing all serious candidates should ask the interviewer to gauge the potential fit for skills, culture and career goals.
It is very disheartening to see a candidate get stuck in the “twilight zone of over negotiation” – especially when a position and a candidate are an excellent fit, but the candidate just wants more.
Setting up your team for success is a leader’s most important and critical role. Within that domain, there is no greater way to support the people working in your team, than from the day they start with you.