How do you recognize a great boss? What should you look for when interviewing with a new organization?
Sometimes we don’t appreciate a good boss, and sometimes we have had such bad experiences that it is difficult to articulate the type of manager you’d like to work for.
In reading lately about leadership and management, I came across this article from Inc. magazine and wanted to share it.
When interviewing, it is always important to recognize it is a two-way street: you are interviewing the firm as much as they are evaluating you as a candidate.
Check out this article with 8 ways to recognize and differentiate between an average and an extraordinary boss.
Angie Kamath, who overseesWorkforce1 as the Deputy Commissioner of Workforce Development at the NYC Department of Small Business Services, shares her perspective on Workforce1 and the New York City job market in her weekly Jobs in New York City column.
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