This Is the Perfect Emotionally Intelligent Interview Question to Ask Every Job Candidate

There’s one question I try to ask every professional athlete I interview: “Which drives you more: Loving to win, or hating to lose?”

The answer requires a little self-reflection. A little thought. Even, sometimes, a little harmless self-disclosure.

For people used to answering the same questions so frequently, often almost robotically, it often sparks a genuine conversation.

So yeah: I’ve always felt kind of smart for asking it.

Then I found out that Mike Morini, an ex-professional athlete and the CEO of WorkForce Software, has a much better use for that question: He uses it to break the ice when he interviews job candidates. 

“Candidates are naturally nervous at the beginning of a job interview,” Morini says. “Asking, ‘Do you love winning more than you hate losing, or do you hate losing more than you love winning?’ brings a smile to people’s faces. They visibly relax. They realize this

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ATS and Resume Parser: Perfect Partners

I wonder if recruitment was so easy to do, why would HR managers take so long to close the jobs?

HR professionals are responsible for bringing the perfect talent to an organization. There are many steps behind this – scanning of resumes, scheduling interviews, etc. to recruit a final candidate. This is a tiresome task to do. But they can simplify their workload with an ATS.

Using an ATS makes the recruitment workflow uniform and streamlined. However, an ATS needs to club with the latest technology to provide remarkable results. Advanced AI tools like a resume parser is an excellent recruitment analytics solution that helps an ATS to explore its potential to the maximum.


Let’s read on to learn how a resume parser can enhance the functionality of an ATS and help HR professionals achieve their goals.

  1. Improves Quality of Hire:

    Many HR professionals have claimed to have an improved

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Bitcoin Cash Price Prediction: BCH/USD Market Fell Notably After Hitting a Main Resistance Trading Value Around $600

BCH Price Prediction – January 18
There was a strong-promising buying-signal in the market of BCH/USD while a bullish candlestick occurred slightly northbound of a resistance value at $600. Meanwhile, it was decimated in about two days as price saw a significant downward touching a low line at $400.

Bbbbb BCH/USD Market
Key Levels:
Resistance levels: $600, $700, $800
Support levels: $350, $300, $250

BCHUSD – Daily Chart
There have been ups and downs featuring all on the buy signal side of the smaller SMA trading indicator of 14-value. Price now hovers around the 14-day SMA trend-line around $500 point. The two SMA trend-lines point towards the north-direction as the 50-day SMA is underneath the smaller SMA with a sizeable space between them. The Stochastic Oscillators have moved downward to find a place between ranges of 60 and 40. And, now seemingly getting set to commence a consolidation-moving pattern in … Read more

The Top 5 Leadership Lessons I’ve Learned Over a 20-Year Career

Leadership is not without its pitfalls. I’ve now been working for 20 years across a number of industries– in tech, politics, non-profit and state government. In that time, I’ve had the opportunity to work with a wide range of leaders. 

However, one of the worst aspects of leadership is receiving bad advice and then acting on it. Over the course of my career, I’ve received my share of leadership advice— some great and some awful. It takes a certain level of discernment to understand what’s worth listening to and what’s unhelpful.

Here are five nuggets of wisdom that I’ve received that I consider invaluable in growing in as a leader.

1. You’re only good as your last performance.

It goes without saying but people tend to remember your latest accomplishment, not that big win from two years ago. Whether that’s fair or not, that advice seems to have held

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Recognize the toxic work atmosphere and react

A work environment that does not involve stress is unlikely to exist. No matter how much they loved their job and were smartly organized, the days when you get nothing and differences of opinion and dissatisfied customers are a reality. And research shows that work and caring about finances are the two most common stress sources in adults.

Running a company in a job description has to deal with stress, mainly because it requires taking responsibility, which can be a source of stress. But how do you know which pressure is normal and belongs to your role, and when it comes to the tax you pay unnecessarily to a bad and negative work atmosphere?

When we think of something that would fit the description of a toxic work atmosphere, it can easily be associated with incompetent or lazy workers who are frequently absent from work or with bad working conditions.… Read more