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Interviews: More Pit, Less Bull

In his newest book What the Dog Saw, Malcom Gladwell includes a must-read chapter subtitled “What Do Job Interviews Really Tell Us?” Gladwell’s jarring starting point: “The job interview has become one of the central conventions of the modern economy. But what, exactly, can you know about a stranger after sitting down and talking with […]

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Winning The Circuit: The Why Behind Multiple Interviews

Much can be learned by observing how dolphins feed: First, dolphins hunt in packs. Dolphin groups, or pods, will herd a school of fish into a dense crowd-known as a bait ball-before attacking. ¬†If oceans were boxes, this tactic would be the equivalent of driving someone into a corner. ¬†Atlantic bottlenose dolphins actually do drive […]

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