Heidi Grant Halvorson, Harvard Business Review, May 11, 2015

Most advice about job interviews is about how to assess a candidate’s skills, if you’re the interviewer, and how to demonstrate your skills if you’re the candidate – so that you will come across as smart and motivated. And there, right out of the gate, we’ve got a problem. Because the most important thing to get across in an interview is not that you are smart and motivated – it’s that you are trustworthy. […read more]