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Knowledge = Power = Re-Learning

Re-learning is not the same as learning. Learning is to comprehend and analyze new knowledge from scratch. Re-learning is when you have to UNLEARN some components of what you learnt, and adapt to current / future trends as demanded. Let us consider some examples: •...

Recruiters: Stop asking stupid interview questions

The following interview questions are totally stupid: • Tell me about yourself • What are you strengths and weaknesses? • Why are you leaving your current job? • Why should we hire you? • Where do you see yourself in 5 or 10 years? • Why do you want this job? • And...

Honesty is saying, “I don’t know”

Never lie during interviews. It’s easy to get caught in the digital age, be it technical subject, or details of your past work-experience. If you are put in a tight spot during interviews, for which you don’t know the answer, NEVER be afraid to say “I don’t know.”...

1.Attitude – 2.Extra-Mile – 3.Accountability

Highly productive and operationally efficient companies are culture-centric and they prioritize a candidate’s personality and passion along with credentials. The top 3 qualities include: 1. Attitude to get things done: Depending on the designation or task, there are...

The 2 minutes interview rule

Your response to interviewers should last less than 2 minutes. Most people get into long elaborations, without knowing that recruiters are pressed for time. Keep your answers crisp. For example, if there are 10 points you could speak about for a particular question,...

Expertise vs. Skills – Why are they important?

Your successful #career isn’t cemented unless you have a deep understanding of these 2 requirements: 1. Acquired knowledge – also known as subject expertise 2. Anything you are inherently, naturally, good at – also known as super skills Your subject expertise either...

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