LinkedIn recently asked more than 60 of its influencers what their “best career mistake” was — something that seemed like a disaster at the time that ended up being incredibly beneficial.
5 Startup Hiring Mistakes That Can Crush Your Culture
In short, we look for people with H-E-A-R-T, because they help us create a company we love. So we always weigh our impressions against more qualitative considerations. You should too. Think of it this way: The more experience you have – the more lumps you’ve taken and hard knocks you’ve received and mistakes you’ve made – the more “educated” your “gut.” While you should never go on intuition alone, if you have a funny feeling about a candidate… see that as a sign you need to look more closely.
And look more closely.
Go Learn Yourself Something New
What do you want to do? Stop thinking about who could teach you, and go “learn” yourself something! #executivecoach
Top Performers Never Work “For” A Company
So, which would you rather? Work “for” or “with” a company?
I believe we need employers and they need us. I believe we can free ourselves of The Golden Handcuff Effect and partner with employers to do great things. But most importantly, I believe it begins with deciding to stop working “for” a company and start working “with” them. #careeradvice #performance #workforce