Top Tools of a Skilled Interviewer

An interviewer's most critical purpose is to dive deep into a candidate's mind and assess whether they are the right person for the job. Much like a physician, the interviewer…

The Importance of Feedback in a Team

Employee morale and the importance of empathy and constructive feedback in the workplace are eye-opening: A Gallup poll in the U.S. found - 89% of HR leaders agree that peer…

How to Promote a Culture of Psychological Safety at Work

There is no doubt that technological advancements in the last couple of decades greatly affected everyone’s lives. Suddenly, the world’s knowledge is at our fingertips - a simple Google search…

How an Isolated Team Can Help Solve Specific Problems

Juggling teams in a large organization is not an easy task. Managers and directors need to monitor each team’s performance and team dynamics and promptly make any changes if necessary.…

When to Split a Team into Smaller Units

Adding new people to a team can be disruptive. It takes a while for everyone to get accustomed to the new dynamic, for the new member to settle in, and…

Managing Pressure as an Interviewer

Job interviews are stressful events for job candidates. Two main types of pressure are imposed on them: the pressure that you apply as an interviewer that leads to a better…

How to Organize Your Team for Maximum Productivity

Micromanaging is a serious problem in any business. Arguably, it is a bigger problem in smaller organizations, but it can happen anywhere. You might have already met your fair share…

3 “Precommitment” Strategies for Achieving Your Goals

By nature, human beings are distractible creatures. Even when we want to achieve a goal we’ve been chasing for a while, we quickly get sidetracked by less important activities. In…

What Makes a Great Manager: Routine Meetings

All employees have the right to a great manager. Capable leadership is crucial in influencing an employee’s impression of the company and their own work performance. Managers can encourage, inspire,…

Reteaming Efforts: Adding or Subtracting People One by One

As organizations grow (or shrink), they must adapt to new structural changes. A company that started with ten employees must not retain the same dynamic once it reaches its 200-employee…