The authors reveal why employers are three times more likely to hire people with the right mindset over those who are more qualified on paper. This book provides an actionable approach for both assessing and developing these essential traits.
To begin with, anyone can have a great career. It doesn’t matter what your line of work is. It’s all in how you define “Great Career”. Do you define it as something that brings you a lot of money and power? Of course a livable wage is important, but this is
For some, a job is just a way to pay the bills. For others—those whose careers fit their passions and personalities—it is a source of great satisfaction and success. Career Match is designed to help people discover their ideal work. It determines their personality style, then walks them through the range
A revolutionary challenge to the widely held notion that intelligence is a single general capacity possessed by every individual to a greater or lesser extent. First published in 1983, Gardner's trailblazing book revolutionized the worlds of education and psychology by positing that rather than a single type of intelligence, we have
Who refers to the people you put in place to make the what decisions. Who is running your sales force? Who is occupying the corner office? Who is where the magic begins, or where the problems start. We have identified four parts of the hiring process where failure typically occurs. It
If your skillset is about what you can do, then your mindset is about what you see, think, desire and believe.
Inside your brain, you combine your personal experiences, natural traits, and education to form your unique lens.
When you are young, each new experience and lesson can add to the mix, so your mindset remains fairly fluid and dynamic.
Work has been fundamentally transformed, and with it old expectations about how you are supposed to think and behave can be tossed aside.
The busier you are, the more street view you may feel you need to have, considering only ideas or options that are within your immediate reach.