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面试最难的问题(双语) -- :9:00 来源:   "Tell Me About Yourself"   “请你谈谈你自己”  Don Straits, CEO and Dragon Slayer, Corporate Warriors  面试中必会被问到的问题之一就是“请你谈谈你自己”很多人对这个问题的回答就是简略的背一下简历事实上这样的回答枯燥无味那么,该怎样回答这个问题呢?  When you, as a job seeker, are asked the most common, and toughest, interview question, "Tell me about yourself," your answer can make or break you as a candidate. Usually job seekers will respond with their "30 second commercial," and then elaborate on their background. While almost every career book and career counselor will tell you that is the appropriate response, I totally disagree.  Many people fail in their job search because they are too often focused on what they want in a job including industry, type of position, location, income, benefits, and work environment. Their "30 second commercial" is centered around this premise. The commercial describes the job seeker's career history and what they are looking . Too often, this is in direct contrast to what employers are looking .  There are two dominant reasons why job seekers are successful in the job search. The first is focusing on the needs of the organization. The second is focusing on the needs of the people within that organization. In this , we are going to examine how to focus on the needs of the people within organizations. This will assist in rethinking your response to that all-important question, "Tell me about yourself."  In order to learn how to respond to the needs of the interviewer, let's first learn more about ourselves. We can then apply that knowledge about ourselves to knowing how to understand and respond to the needs of others.  Most social psychologists recognize four basic personality styles: Analytical, Amiable, Expressive, and Driver. Usually, each of us exhibits personality characteristics unique to one of the styles. However, we also possess characteristics to a lesser degree in the other styles. To determine your unique style, you can take a Myers-Briggs assessment or go to the following site a free Keirsey Temperament Sorter assessment test: w ww.keirsey.com  Here are the characteristics that are most commonly associated with each of the styles:  Analytical: 分析型   Positive Traits: Precise, Methodical, Organized, Rational, Detail Oriented  Negative Traits: Critical, mal, Uncertain, Judgmental, Picky  Amiable: 和蔼可亲型   Positive Traits: Cooperative, Dependable, Warm, Listener, Negotiator  Negative Traits: Undisciplined, Dependent, Submissive, Overly Cautious, Conming  Expressive: 表达型   Positive Traits: Enthusiastic, Persuasive, Outgoing, Positive, Communicator  Negative Traits: Ego Centered, Emotional, Exploitive, Opinionated, Reacting  Driver: 驱动型   Positive Traits: Persistent, Independent, Decision Maker, Effective, Strong Willed  Negative Traits: Aggressive, Strict, Intense, Relentless, Rigid  Gaining an in-depth understanding of your personality style has enormous value in your career as well as your personal life. However, our focus today is learning how to use this knowledge to make you more successful in your job search.  Once you have learned about your own style and have studied the other styles, I encourage you to have a little fun in trying to determine the styles of others. When you meet someone the first time, try to identify his or her style within the first two minutes. You can often identify styles by observing a person's demeanor, conversation, body language, appearance, and possessions.  To demonstrate what I mean, let's take some examples from the business world. While there are always exceptions, generally speaking the styles fit the example.  Analytical Style: Financial Manager (or programmers, engineers, and ants). 财务经理(或程序员、工程师和会计)They like systems and procedures. They are slow to make decisions because they will analyze things to death?but their decisions are usually very sound. They prefer working independently and are usually not very good in team environments, but they are also dependable. They buy cars with good resale value and great gas mileage. They are conservative dressers. At the party, they want to know why so much money was spent on Michelob when we could have purchased Busch. They come to the party with their laptops.  Amiable Style: Human Resources Manager. 人力资源部经理Very people-focused. They are dependable, loyal and easygoing; very compassionate. They will give you the shirt off their backs and the last nickel in their pockets. They are good listeners and value team players who don't "rock the boat." They are usually conmists and followers?rarely leaders. They avoid conflict and are not good decision makers. They drive four-door sedans or mini-vans to take the kids to sporting events. They usually clean up after the party is over.  Expressive Style: Sales Manager. 销售经理Very outgoing and enthusiastic, with a high energy level. They are also great idea generators, but usually do not have the ability to see the idea through to completion. Very opinionated and egotistical. Money motivated. They can be good communicators. They prefer to direct and control rather then ask and listen. They drive red convertibles with great stereos; to heck with the gas mileage. They come up with the idea a company party, but never help clean up. They are on their way to another party.  Driver: Corporate CEO. 公司CEOIntelligent, intense, focused, relentless. They thrive on the thrill of the challenge and the internal motivation to succeed. Money is only a measure of success; it is not the driving factor. They are resultspermance oriented. They have compassion the truly disadvantaged, but absolutely no patience or tolerance the lazy or whiners. They drive prestige cars, not because the car attracts attention, but because it was a wise investment. They want to know why we had a party; what were the benefits of the party, and did we invite the banker?  Ok, now you are really getting some insight into your style and the style of others. It is time the interviews. Throw out your 30-second commercial. Think on your feet.  You will be interviewing with the human resource manager, the finance manager, the sales manager, and the CEO. The first question each of them will ask you is: "Tell me about yourself." How should you respond? Remember the second reason succeeding in a job search: focus on the needs of the people in the organization. Here are just a few examples of how to respond to that question:  "Tell me about yourself?"   Response to Finance Manager: "I have been successful in my career by making well-thought-out decisions based on careful analysis of all factors. I approach problems with logic and sound reasoning. I would enjoy working with you in developing the appropriate systems and procedures to make our two departments function efficiently together."  Response to Human Resource Manager: "My career has been characterized by my ability to work well with diverse teams. I seek out opporties to involve others in the decision-making process. This collaboration and communication is what has enabled me to achieve success in my department. People are the most valuable resource of any organization."  Response to Sales Manager: "Throughout my career I have always adhered to the principle that everyone in the organization must be sales-focused. My department is always trained in customer service, providing outstanding support to the sales team and to our customers. Without sales, the rest of use would not have a job. I look ward to helping you drive sales in any way possible."  Response to CEO: "I have achieved success in my career because I have been focused on the bottom line. I have always sought out innovative solutions to challenging problems to maximize profitability. Regardless of the task or challenge, I always established benchmarks of permance and standards of excellence. I have never sought to maintain the "status quo." An organization that does not change and grow will die. I would enjoy working with you to help define new market opporties in order to achieve the organization's goals."  In each instance, we responded to the "needs of the individual." It is almost guaranteed that, when you respond appropriately to the diverse needs of the different managers, you will become the standard by which all of the other candidates will be measured.  I challenge you to learn about your personality and leadership style, learn about the styles of others, and learn how to think on your feet when responding to questions. Whether you are seeking a job or you are gainfully employed, by understanding the needs of others you will become a more valuable person, employee, manager and leader.。

  • 的日本员工在公司洗手间痛哭 -- :30: 来源: 据一项新调查,近的日本员工曾躲在办公室的洗手间,并放声痛哭Nearly one in four Japanese workers have hidden themselves in the office lavatories and had a good cry, according to a new survey.据一项新调查,近的日本员工曾躲在办公室的洗手间,并放声痛哭As many as .9 per cent of male and female workers surveyed by My Navi, the internet portal, admitted that they have indulged in a secret crying session in the lavatories at work on at least one occasion.在互联网门户;我的导航;对名员工进行的一项调查中,多达.9%的员工承认,他们至少有过一次沉浸在公司厕所中偷偷哭泣的经历From the pressures of assignments and guilt at making mistakes to dealing with difficult bosses, the reasons why these workers found themselves shedding tears in the toilets varied widely, according to reports on the website Nico Nico News.据Nico Nico网站的报道,这些员工躲在厕所里哭泣的原因各有不同,从工作任务的压力,到犯错的内疚、到与老板关系处理不好等Japan is generally not a nation famed its overly emotional displays, with direct confrontations and outspoken arguments a rare phenomenon in often strictly hierarchical offices.一般来说,众所周知日本并不是一个过于情绪化的国家,在等级森严的办公室里,直接冲突和直言不讳是比较罕见的现象Crying, however, appears to be enjoying something of a moment in Japan, with a growing number of services and events relating to the act of crying becoming increasingly popular.然而,在日本,随着越来越多的与哭泣行为有关的务和活动变得日益盛行,哭泣似乎成了他们在享受这一刻Testimony to this is the rise of rui-katsu (;tear seeking;) events, which involve strangers getting together to watch sad films or play sad music with the sole purpose of releasing emotion by shedding tears and crying.一个明便是rui-katsu(;求泪;)事件的流行,它类似于和陌生人一起看悲伤的电影或听悲伤的音乐,唯一的目的是用流泪和哭泣来释放情绪Another example is a company called Ikemeso, which hires out tear-wiping men, who are reportedly licensed in therapeutic crying, sending them to offices to conduct group crying sessions bee comting criers.另一个例子是一家叫Ikemeso的公司,他们专门出租;催泪师;,据说这些人有治疗哭泣的许可,送他们到办公室去主持群组哭泣会议,之后进行情绪安抚Last year, Mitsui Garden Yotsuya hotel in Shinjuku, Tokyo, also unveiled its ;crying rooms;, which were aimed at helping women combat modern-day stress.去年,东京新宿的三井花园四谷酒店,还推出了;哭泣室;,旨在帮助女性应对现代压力In , Ryutaro Nonomura, a politician accused of misspending political funds, gained widesp fame after a of his crying apology, complete with hysterical wailing and fist pounding, went viral.年,一个政客野野村龙太郞,被指控滥用公共基金,在他的一个痛哭道歉视频中,歇斯底里的哭泣、拳头乱舞,该视频在网上走红,他赢得了广泛的知名度。
  • Jackson was found lifeless at his Los Angeles mansion on June 5, , age 50, about three weeks bee he was scheduled to begin a series of concerts in London aimed at returning the pop star to the limelight after the humiliation of his trial and acquittal on child molestation.。
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