The Drawbacks of Using “Big” Consulting Firms

Human Resource professionals, executives, and other important decision-makers within companies are often tasked with choosing a consulting firm to help them with pressing Human Capital needs (e.g., recruiting, selecting, and developing people, etc.).  Too often, I see these busy professionals …

What’s one of the best things I can do to advance in my career?

I’m asked this question often in my work as a Business Psychologist and Human Resource Consultant.  One of my answers is “find a mentor”.  Working with a mentor can have tremendous benefits, and it’s one of the most valuable things …

Do you need to pass criminal background checks and psychological testing to be a Business Consulting Psychologist?

In my experience as a Business Psychologist and Human Resource Consultant, the answer is yes, you most certainly do need to maintain a clean record and must repeatedly pass psychological evaluations.  For example, in my work with Energy companies (e.g., …

How candid should you be about your weaknesses during a job interview?

People seeking advice about the best way to approach a job interview often ask me this question, as I have conducted thousands of interviews over my career as a Business Psychologist and Human Resource Consultant.  In my experience, a clear …