2 Achievement-AnchoredQuestions: Measuring Individuals’Awareness of TheirAccomplishments

NO ISSUE IS MORE TELLING in the candidate selection process than measuring individuals’ assessments of their own achievements. Not all people in the career change process will suddenly develop newfound insights into their individual accomplishments and ability to affect a future employer’s bottom line. Still, any candidates mounting a realistic job search campaign in today’s survival-of-the-fittest workplace should realize that corporate executives are taking a harder, more judgmental line on new hires. Therefore, the career introspection that ideally belongs at the onset of all candidates’ job search campaigns should mandate that all interviewees create ...

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