4.24.20

Managing Your Basic Assumptions: Behind the Scenes of Assessment Processes

“Humans are social animals and one of the most basic behaviors we do constantly is assess the other humans we interact with. For example, as children…

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12.19.19

Narrative Psychology as an Assessment Tool

“We often get asked how Synthesis’ method for data collection is more effective than multiple choice tests when assessing candidates’ or executives’…

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11.25.19

The Best Leaders Don’t Hide Their Imperfections

Early November was difficult. Rockets were being fired back and forth between Israel, the Gaza strip and Syria. At the same time, neither incumbent prime…

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4.16.19

Want To Move Up The Corporate Ladder? The Coronavirus Crisis Could Be Your Opportunity To Master Being Comfortable With Ambiguity

There is a Jewish Hasidic song that revolves around one line: “The whole world is a very narrow bridge; the important thing is not to be afraid.” Right…

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4.16.19

How Walking In Darkness Teaches You To Handle Uncertainty

In Israel, it is led by organizational psychologist and former military man, Alon Shalit, and Meir Matityahu, Dialogue in the Dark’s visually impaired…

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