If You Want To Get Hired, Act Like Your Potential Boss

Landing a job may not require you to be the best qualified. Instead, it could depend on whether you have a “spark of commonality” with the hiring manager you interview with. Drawing from 120 interviews with employers, as well as participant observation of a hiring committee, Kellogg School of Management professor Lauren Rivera has found that hiring managers want recruits who have the potential to be friends.

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