Is Your Team Suffering from Groupthink? Here Are 5 Things to Do About It

February 5th, 2016

Decision making is tough enough – and it becomes even more complex when there are groups involved. Groupthink is a term coined by research psychologist Irving Janis. It is tied to poor decisions that arise out of teams or groups based on the concept that when ideas are not challenged, they can lead to less […]

6 Tips to Prepare for a Digital Interview

December 17th, 2015

For your next interview, you may find yourself alone in a room, speaking to an LCD display instead of a person. A growing number of companies have come to recognize the benefits of conducting interviews over the Internet. It’s more personal than a phone call, and it opens access to a global talent pool while […]

“Tell Me About Yourself.” How to Answer this Tough Interview Question

November 27th, 2015

“Tell me about yourself.” Don’t be surprised if this is the first question you’re asked in your next job interview. Hiring managers frequently lead with it, so they can learn which information you think is important to provide relative to the position on the table. Your response will set the tone for the rest of […]

Data Analyst? 4 Career Checkpoints to Follow

July 16th, 2015

The data analytics field is growing fast. That means more opportunity for seasoned professionals like you who are interested in advancing their careers. You can find work in most any industry or region, so there is no reason to limit yourself. Analytics have gotten a lot of press in the last few years. The demand […]