People may hear your words, but they feel your attitude. We are so driven that we can lose sight of the unspoken at a company event or a job interview. What was your attitude? Even simpler, are you likable?
You won't see attitude or likability as evaluating criteria in an interview debrief or a performance review. You'll see other words like 'collaborative' or 'team player' and even though you like you nailed it with great situation, action, results laden examples, you're getting low marks.
The true story is that the last thing I remind clients, even at the C-Suite level, before they walk into a critical meeting for a job, magazine/newspaper article, or TV interview, you need to be likable.
Whether you are taking John Maxwell's advice about 'feeling your attitude' or my coaching on the undefined 'likability' scale, people are still hiring people to work with people and how they check the 'collaborative' or 'team player' box is entirely up to you.
Check out this quick read on how you get 'thin sliced' in an interview in 3 seconds: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/people-may-hear-your-words-feel-attitude-mike-mcnamara/
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