…I Can Change How I Interview Candidates?

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When I began my career, I worked in a small department that had two professional staff and one administrative staff person. But within two years, the department was realigned with several other departments. I suddenly found myself working with new colleagues in an entirely different department culture than I had been hired to work in. And I failed.

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“How Come No One Ever Told Me” is about lessons learned in life that no one ever told me but need to be shared.

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Joseph Rios EdD

Joseph Rios EdD

I believe leadership is the expression of values. Career Coach | Educator | Writer | Social Justice Advocate | Trainer. leadershipandvaluesinaction.com

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