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Tagged With: industrial psychologist

Essay: Why I hate Interviews

Why I hate Interviews – TLDR: Work together to righten unfair power bases! I know that they are a necessity. I know that they are standard practice for any recruitment approach. I know that interviews are the basic foundation of first impressions, even if other interactions (such as CV’s or assessments) have been actively pursued … Continue reading »

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Essay: Own your Journey

Own your Journey: Stacking up our successes against others This blog entry is a bit different to my usual. For one, I am sharing some personal information. But the purpose of this entry is to talk about judging our journeys – in relation to time, distance, and placement. We often compare ourselves to others. We … Continue reading »

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Essay: Using a Pseudonym – the Brand behind the Name

Using a Pseudonym – the brand behind the name I was asked recently why do I write under a pseudonym. Why allow myself to be represented by “Wonderwhiterabbit”, and not the real person? We had had a few glasses of wine during this conversation, so we started off laughing about the pseudonym. The story behind … Continue reading »

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