Monthly Archives: April 2010

Apr 30

Companies, snakes and your job

By Scot Herrick | Cube Rules Commentary

Surprisingly, despite the Great Recession, there is still this paradigm, this belief that companies will care about you and your work. Somehow they will appreciate the many years you have contributed to reaching their business goals and somehow that will protect you from changes and layoffs. That the salary, benefits and work environment companies pay […]

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Apr 18

Sharing Sunday, April 18, 2010

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

There are some great reads out there this week for your Sunday reading pleasure. What I look for when interviewing people The Work Coach Cafe writes “15 things I look for when I interview people.” You get a great sense of what is needed to succeed in the interview. And it’s not your job skills. […]

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Apr 12

Just another manic Monday

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

Are your Monday’s overwhelming…or close to it? All you can do is paddle, paddle and paddle some more and not get much done? Feels great, doesn’t it? Not. If you are experiencing one of those manic Monday’s (or any other day for that matter…), take out a piece of paper, block out everything else for […]

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Apr 11

Sharing Sunday, April 11, 2010

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

Here are some great reads for your Sunday! Apple and the leadership pause How leaving and then returning, a pause in continuity, can help leaders improve. It counts for workers as well. Will active job security replace passive job security? People need to now actively manage their careers, passive security–depending on the company to keep […]

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