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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 8 Jan 19
Replying to @mikekarnj
Is this person a talent magnet?
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Taylor Pearson 8 Jan 19
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 8 Jan 19
So simple.
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Rahel Jhirad 8 Jan 19
Will they have uncovered one of your blind spots because they think differently? Can they see things you currently can’t see ...
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Jesse Middleton 8 Jan 19
Replying to @mikekarnj @JeffBezos
4. Is this person a Pied Piper? Will they lead others in a way no one else can?
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Rob Sarrow 💫 8 Jan 19
Replying to @mikekarnj @JeffBezos
Personally, haven’t been in the position to ask candidates but always ask interviewers “what is one thing they are thinking of that no one is atm”. Often leads to an interesting discussion on a topic I was not well versed in. Also a personal catalyst for further knowledge seeking
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Santiago 8 Jan 19
Replying to @mikekarnj @JeffBezos
If tables turned. Would you work for him.
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Alex 8 Jan 19
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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Seth Berman 8 Jan 19
Replying to @mikekarnj
Would you hire 1,000 more people like them?
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