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How to Quit Responsibly

How to Quit Responsibly

How to Quit Responsibly A message from employers everywhere:  As Neil Sedaka sang, “Breaking up is hard to do.” If it were easy, there wouldn’t be so many songs about heartache. The entire music and ice-cream industries would collapse. Breaking up with your job...
More Goop! Is your company a good place to goop?

More Goop! Is your company a good place to goop?

More Goop! Is your company a good place to goop? I recently posted about what it’s like to go through the “goop” while adjusting to a new role. (Don’t know what I’m talking about? Catch up here. I’ll be here when you get back!) Luckily for me...
What’s Your Company’s Personality?

What’s Your Company’s Personality?

What’s Your Company’s Personality? As modern life-science career matchmakers, we focus a lot on personality fit. So of course, we ask our potential candidates many questions about themselves and how they handle all types of situations. We’re...
Why Panic Hires Are Dangerous Business (and How to Avoid Them)

Why Panic Hires Are Dangerous Business (and How to Avoid Them)

Why Panic Hires Are Dangerous Business (and How to Avoid Them) What’s a Panic Hire? It’s someone you hire because you feel that you just need to have someone right now; the work won’t get done as long as the position is vacant. So you rush,...
Why You Should Forget About Fixing Weaknesses

Why You Should Forget About Fixing Weaknesses

Why You Should Forget About Fixing Weaknesses At a recent CRO-business-development consulting workshop, I was discussing how our client could maximize strengths and minimize weakness. It got me thinking that the same principle applies to individuals: the professional...