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Job Interviews From Hell

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
October 5, 2020

One of the most banal job interview questions of all is, "Where do you see yourself in five years?" In today's job world, this question comes across as unoriginal and rote.

Effective Feedback Based on the Core Values Index Psychometric Assessment

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
September 28, 2020

It is important to understand that you see the world through your own psychometric lens, but it is even more valuable to understand the perspective of the other person.

Humor: A Day in the Life After the CVI

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
September 21, 2020

We take a break from all the seriousness in the world to engage in a humorous look at how the four different Core Values Index personality types might engage in daily activities.

Quarantine Work-life: Conducting Performance Evaluations With Remote Workers

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
September 14, 2020

When your boss is only accessible via chat, email, and at the fuzzy end of a video conference call from the cheap webcam built into a laptop, how do you truly get a sense of your job performance?

How I See You And How You See Me

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
September 7, 2020

Everyone sees the world through their own psychological lens. Each of us has an unconscious expectation that everyone we meet will see the world the same way we do.

Four Experts, One Question: How Do You Give Constructive Feedback That Is Actually Constructive?

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
August 31, 2020

We chose four experts in business, HR, customer service and employment consulting and asked them one question: How do you give constructive feedback that is actually constructive?

Overcoming Layers of Stereotype and Bias Programming

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
August 24, 2020

We all have biases in how we view others. We identify differences between ourselves and other people. Social programming layers itself on top of that hardwiring and corrupts it by reinforcing needless and immoral stereotypes.

How to Manage Anxiety When Working From Home

By
Reese Jones , Contributor
Posted
August 17, 2020

Beyond the obvious daily strangeness of it all, 2020 is also proving to be an unusually anxious time. For those working from home, the stress can be even more difficult to manage.

Personal Growth with the Core Values Index Psychometric Assessment

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
August 10, 2020

Taking the Core Values Index psychometric assessment can provide numerous personal benefits: understanding yourself and others, improved communications, finding paths toward greater happiness, and obtaining a state of ikigai and flow.

The Insidious Nature of Unconscious Bias

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
August 3, 2020

Unconscious bias acts like a kind of emotional gravity, pulling us toward decisions and actions that may not serve ourselves or others in the best way. We can be drawn away from better choices without realizing it.

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