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Category Archives: Hiring
I’m participating in an interviewing and hiring process this week, so interviews are much on my mind. Here’s some of my favorite posts about interviews (some are helpful, some funny, but even the funny ones can be helpful, if only … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting post about interview questions, in particular, how to measure passion in an interview. Finding candidates who will be passionate about their jobs is not an easy thing to do in an interview situation. These questions, or some … Continue reading
Sometimes I am late (and yes, sometimes very late!) to learn about things. In this case, the concept of “hard skills” and “soft skills” is new to me. Whether you already know all about this, or are just learning, like … Continue reading
I recently blogged about the hiring process. Today’s post takes a look at one of the opposite ends of the spectrum. No, not firing, but that moment when a valued employee moves to a new position. Actually, if you do … Continue reading
I’ve been helping out with a public library system director search process. I love hiring and interviewing; I don’t know why, I just do. This process has gone very well, partly because of a very good committee. Anyway, we’ve had … Continue reading
I’ve got writer’s block today. I’m also currently involved with helping a public library system conduct their search for a new director. These two facts combined lead me to share with you to a couple of blogs that I refer … Continue reading
I think I’ve become an elder stateswoman. Maybe I should have called my blog “The Elder Stateswoman of Libraries.” Various online dictionaries I consulted define elder statesman (or stateswoman) as a “prominent, highly experienced older man/woman, especially one acting as … Continue reading