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Welcome to the Goduko vlog! Originally started as Instagram Reels, our videos are meant to be a mix of relevance and fun. Browse by topic or role categories to get inspired and learn. English and French speakers alike will find their picks! Come back and visit the vlog for new content.
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Going to an interview is always stressful. More for some than for others. This video explains a mindset to have to reduce stress and increase the feeling of confidence during the job interview.
Going to a job interview is stressful for everyone. Some people may react by speaking very (very) fast. Sound like someone you know? This anxious crutch doesn't help in scoring points with interviewers. I explain in this video a method to apply to help lower the tempo when answering job interview questions.
Going to a job interview is stressful for everyone. Some people who are more introverted or shy typically have more difficulty giving fuller, more complete answers. This video describes a practical mindset to help counter these effects. Prepared answers will be more energetic and interviewers will have better visibility to who the candidate really is.
Going to an interview is stressful; especially when we anticipate being asked the famous question about our faults. It’s not always easy to answer that one! This video explains how to prepare to answer this question. Talking about your “flaws” in your job interviews has never been easier! Watch part 5 of 5!
When closing a recruitment process, many of us find it difficult to inform those that weren’t selected for a given position about our decision.This video explains simple guidelines to follow to make that daunting task much easier.
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Leadership roles have a direct impact on employees’s motivation levels. Engaged teams don’t just happen by accident . This video gives you key ingredients to integrate in your leadership style to positively influence your team’s energy and strengthen your relationship with them.
When you’re a manager, it can be difficult to get feedback from the people you lead. One can typically only get positive comments, but not much is shared on things to improve. So how can you get better in certain leadership areas if direct reports don’t share constructive feedback on how you lead them? This video gives a few guidelines that will help employees bridge the gap between needed courage and perceived risk of giving their boss feedback.
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This video explains why you can harm the organisation by regularly rushing into a hiring process.
It can be easy to contribute to the stress level of the candidates you meet for an interview. This video explains why a more relaxed candidate can better achieve the interviews' main objective. It also invites us to think about how we can increase individuals' anxiety.
This video explains how the quality of an interview is affected by the anxiety experienced by a candidate. The impacts are not exclusive to job seekers. Find out why!
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This video explains why it is not recommended to put pressure in an interview to assess a candidate's stress management.
Ever get offered a job after only one interview? It’s quite flattering. The feeling of pride and joy can make it hard to resist, especially if the opportunity is interesting. However, it’s not a good idea to succumb to the flattery. View this video to find out why I strongly recommend not saying yes so fast. You can also view in another video what to do if/when this happens to you.
This video explains a simple procedure to follow to prepare your interview questions for a position and better compare the people interviewed.
Ever get offered a job after only one interview? In a previous video, I explained why I strongly recommend not saying yes so fast. In this video, I explain how to respond and what to do next in order to avoid the pitfall of succumbing to flattery.
We talk a lot about how to give feedback, but we often forget the other side of the coin: receiving feedback. This video explains the importance of talking about this overlooked part of dialogue and serves as an intro to a series of six fun videos on the pitfalls of receiving feedback.
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First episode of the series! We talk a lot about how to give feedback, but we often forget the other side of the coin: receiving feedback. In the fun series on the six typical pitfalls of receiving feedback, this video describes the caricature #1: the victim
Episode 2 of the series! We talk a lot about how to give feedback, but we often forget the other side of the coin: receiving feedback. In the fun series on the six typical pitfalls of receiving feedback, this video describes the caricature #2: the bomb.
Episode 3 of the series! We talk a lot about how to give feedback, but we often forget the other side of the coin: receiving feedback. In the fun series on the six typical pitfalls of receiving feedback, this video describes the caricature #3: self-flagellation.
Episode 4 of the series! We talk a lot about how to give feedback, but we often forget the other side of the coin: receiving feedback. In the fun series on the six typical pitfalls of receiving feedback, this video describes the caricature #4: the ostrich.
Episode 5 of the series! We talk a lot about how to give feedback, but we often forget the other side of the coin: receiving feedback. In the fun series on the six typical pitfalls of receiving feedback, this video describes the caricature #5: denial.
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Last episode of the series! We talk a lot about how to give feedback, but we often forget the other side of the coin: receiving feedback. In the fun series on the six typical pitfalls of receiving feedback, this video describes the caricature #6: the impeccable.
Are you sometimes disappointed with recently hires? How to explain the difference between what we saw in an interview and what we can observe once in the role. This video gives guidelines to avoid pitfalls that can create these kinds of surprises.
We’re often reluctant to give feedback to coworkers. When encouraging someone to give feedback to another person, here’s a fun spin to give to the conversation. Let’s stop obsessing on getting things perfect from the get-go!
Ever have a boss ask you to give them feedback? That must have been uncomfortable! Here are simple steps to help you say something balanced, both positive and constructive. Remember, they need you to help them become better managers, now GO!