Not only did the Covid-19 pandemic disrupt the way many of us work, it also changed the recruitment process for both companies and candidates. As if job searching wasn’t difficult enough, now we also have to navigate online interviews, often under challenging circumstances. Studies indicate that less than 35 percent of communication is strictly verbal. So, it can be easy to feel like you’re at a big disadvantage when you’re trying to connect with someone in a two dimensional space.
That’s the bad news.
The good news is you aren’t alone. Everyone is facing these same challenges. Even HR teams and hiring managers are having to get used to this new dynamic. And it is moments like these where you want to use every tool in your personal development toolkit to give you the edge. The Enneagram gives us nine distinct habits of attention and if we turn to each Enneagram type, we can learn valuable tips to help us prepare for online interviews.
Let’s explore how each of the Enneagram types can help you nail that next job interview. Read the full post published on Truity here.