Nailing the Interview as an Interviewer

A lot has been written about how candidates should approach interviews, not so much on how interviewers should. Candidate experience is a hard problem to solve for if you are trying to do it at scale and especially if people helping you in scouting and interviewing already have a day job. However, it is critically... Continue Reading →

Perfection in evaluating careers spanning across years during one round of discussion is a myth. Your role as an interviewer is to minimize subjectivity in the process.

The Enigma of “Executive Presence”

Early in my career, most of my peers along with me received consistent feedback to improve executive presence. Few offered insights on what it actually meant and fewer had actionable inputs to share. Over the years, I have come across countless articles that emphasize on developing communication styles that focus on the “executive” and very... Continue Reading →

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