personal growth
emotional work
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setting boundaries
100

why is it important to stand up your yourself?

Standing up for yourself can improve your happiness, well-being and relationships.

100

How do you approach collaboration as a team

Example: "During team meetings, I feel it's most effective to take turns giving input on the key points of a discussion topic.

100

Have you ever been burned out while involved in a social cause?

how?

100

What are boundaries?

Boundaries are basic guidelines you set to establish how you would like others to treat you.

200

What’s the definition of success?

the accomplishment of an aim or purpose.

200

What are your strengths and weaknesses? How have you improved your weaknesses?

200

Have you ever felt let down by people you've worked with on a project, political or otherwise?

how?

200

How do you define your boundaries?

when something makes you uncomfortable  

300

why is it important to be an active listener

Active listening is an important part of your communication skill set because it encourages openness, honesty, and success.

300

What is emotional intelligence?

Emotional intelligence (EI) is your ability to understand your emotions and other's emotions

300

Have you ever felt let down by a political leader

how?

300

How do you know you need to establish better boundaries?

If you find yourself to be frequently disappointed by people and situations,

400


How to Thrive in Challenging Times

Imagine the worst-case scenario and make a plan

400

Describe a time when you had to complete multiple work assignments at once. How did you handle it?

Example: "In my previous role, I covered for my assistant manager while they were on vacation. I ended up with several assignments in addition to my normal workload. Initially, it was stressful to organize each project according to priority level, but with the support of my manager, I learned how to use the company's project management software to classify my tasks, delegate assignments and track progress on incomplete and completed objectives."

400

Should Paul have demanded a higher salary at Liberation so he could have stayed?


You can almost never go wrong by negotiating salary. Many people are concerned that by asking for more money, they might lose the job offer — but that's almost never the case. After all, most job offers don't disclose the salary range upfront, so recruiters expect that you'll have to talk about it at some point.

400

Why is it so hard to set boundaries?

Different situations require different boundaries

500

What are the 5 main areas of personal development?

  • Mental.
  • Social.
  • Spiritual.
  • Emotional.
  • Physical.
500

Can you describe a time when you and a colleague disagreed on something?

Example: "During an important software development project, a colleague on my team wanted to implement a programming language that I felt was inappropriate for the process.

500

Do you think that the relationship of the civil rights movement to presidents Kennedy and Johnson or the labor movement to Roosevelt holds lessons for today? Explain.

The modern civil rights movement is working to address the less visible but very important inequities in our society. Opportunity in America should mean everyone has a fair chance to achieve his or her full potential. Our country hasn't yet fulfilled that promise. Hurricane Katrina provides a good example.

500

What reaction is to be expected when you set your boundaries?

People's reactions will vary; some will not take you seriously; others will show understanding, while others will be outraged.

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