Typical biases in performance reviews

7 harmful biases in performance reviews

Unbiased performance reviews are key to a healthy organization and people’s growth. Learn about the typical biases in the process and how to counter them.

how to lose arguments

How to stop winning arguments

We tend to treat arguments as fights or zero-sum games which hinders their original purpose. We should stop.

the stories we tell ourselves

The stories we tell ourselves

We have a mechanism that can conceive unhappiness, difficulty changing habits, relationship problems, frustration, anger, and disappointment. We are usually not aware, but it’s happening continuously and in all of us. It’s us unconsciously telling stories to ourselves.

covid burnout health

On COVID, burnout, teams and self-care

The changes COVID brought into our lives and work can affect us in profound ways. Let me share some aspects and my thoughts with you.

goal setting

The 101 of effective goal setting

Goal setting is one of the most important ways to foster growth, let’s look at some key concepts and frameworks.

top questions hiring manager

Top 12 questions you get as a hiring manager

It’s important to give the chance for your candidates to ask questions, too, don’t fall in the trap of doing one-sided interviews. I’ve gathered the top 12 questions I’ve been asked as a hiring manager.

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