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An ethical dilemma (ethical paradox or moral dilemma) is a problem in the decision-making process between two possible options, neither of which is absolutely acceptable from an ethical perspective.

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With every output, teams usually hold meetings to discuss every part of the project. It is important to clarify any questions that everyone on the team has so that time won't be wasted.

Make it a practice to recap the project, the expectations, and the next possible steps to be taken with everyone. Not only does this reduce the risk of unclear directions but it helps everyone keep on track of the project.

  • Strong emotions on both sides;
  • A focus on character rather than on behavior;
  • A lack of clarity about what needs to change and why;
  • Negative or critical feedback threatens not only our self-esteem but also our basic need for safety and security;
Emotional Intelligence ≠ "Being Nice"

Many of us believe that having emotional intelligence means being “nice.” But this belief conceals some fundamental benefits to developing one’s EI.

For example, simply saying someone is nice can belie the fact that they’re only nice to some people and not others. Niceness is also interpreted as someone who tries to avoid confrontations and is thus easily manipulable.

  1. Truly understand what you need and and tailor everything in your selection process finding the perfect person.
  2. Determine how you will find the perfect person to fill need that need. You don't want the best of what you saw. You want the best person for the job.
  3. Explain the process to the interviewee.
  4. Have a background check on the candidate before the interview.
  5. Make the interview a conversation, not an interrogation.
  6. Always ask follow up questions.
  7. Spend as much time answering questions as you do asking.
  8. Describe the next steps, don't let him be the one who ask.
  9. Provide closure every time. Failing to follow up is incredibly rude.
  10. Observe on how they act with other people before the interview.
  11. Check out the references of the candidate.
  12. Conduct one more interview to be positive that you're choosing the right one.
  13. Make an enthusiastic offer.
How To Be A Great Leader

People often let themselves be influenced by a management position by either becoming more aggressive or emulating other successful managers with disregard to the behavioral differences brought by context.

In order to be a great leader, you must be yourself and make peace with the fact that some people will not like you. If you try to be someone else, not only will you not be able to lead, but you’ll be ashamed to have people emulate you.

A critical skill for leaders is the ability to figure out what kind of thinking is necessary to address a given challenge.

The wrong kind of thinking about a problem happens all the time because different types of effort require different types of knowledge. For example, you may analyze scientific data when a values-informed judgment call is needed, or you'll trust your instincts where a data analysis would expose your faulty thinking.

The online job application process

Online applications can take hours of candidates' time when applying for a job. While some firms are moving away from these online systems, many companies move towards them.

A recent survey states that 73% of businesses of all sizes use talent acquisition software to source, track, analyse, and onboard new recruits. 99% of the US Fortune 500 companies use applicant tracking system (ATS) providers, allowing them to customise questions and set filters, and automate the bulk of the filtering labour.

Paying attention to employees

In the case of Paypal, the business model drive its mission. But, while fulfilling their mission, they missed something going on inside their company. Although they ensured to pay above-market salaries and offered generous benefits, it was inadequate for some people.

Knowing that their employees were struggling, they decided to take steps to support the financial security and health of their staff.

Defining a leader

It is difficult to define the quality of a leader. To say that a leader is someone who has followers is too simple. A captain may have soldiers who follow orders, but it makes a captain a commander, not a leader. To say that leadership is influence is too reduced. A robber with a gun has "influence" over his victim, but the source of influence is missing.

It is easier to assert what leadership is not: Its not fancy titles, a position in hierarchy, or even management.

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