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Michael Karnjanaprakorn
When hiring, I always liked 3-question test: 1) Will you admire this person? 2) Will this person raise the average level of effectiveness of the group they’re entering? 3) Along what dimension might this person be a superstar? What are other non-obvious questions?
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Michael Karnjanaprakorn Jan 8
Replying to @mikekarnj
Is this person a talent magnet?
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Taylor Pearson Jan 8
Replying to @mikekarnj @JeffBezos
I liked Buffett's 3 as a baseline: 1. Does this person have high integrity? 2. Do they work hard? 3. Are they smart?
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Michael Karnjanaprakorn Jan 8
So simple.
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Reuben Bramanathan Jan 8
A few I learned at 1. Would you work for this person? 2. Would you trust this person to make the next hire without you? 3. Will they take work off your plate from day 1?
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Shahab Asghar Jan 8
All you did was put tim tams on my plate. And you know what, I'm not mad.
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dan leatherman Jan 8
Replying to @mikekarnj @JeffBezos
I like to ask people, “What are you learning about right now?” life long learners will continue to grow
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Santiago Jan 8
Replying to @mikekarnj @JeffBezos
If tables turned. Would you work for him.
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Alex Jan 8
Will this person help us become champions? Will this person be top three in their position/team? Could I work with this person forever?
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Mohsan Jan 8
Replying to @mikekarnj @JeffBezos
You can tell a lot a person by which books they’ve read, I ask them what are some books that have had a profound effect in their lives. +1 for 7 habits of highly effective people, crucial conversations, etc.
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