Palm & Points Approach: Determine your role and position within a group and organization. Here is How!
Kirtan Kriya Meditation: Before mapping out your personal journey, begin the reflection of oneself through self meditation. Why? and How?
1/ Maria writes down first questions that will indicate whether the interview subject is the right person to talk to. The useful candidate is expected to talk about his/her thoughts regarding physical meetings at the office and how much time is spent on them.
2/ E.g. Judith thinks a lot of time is being wasted on physical meetings and that it does not offer any flexibility for the team.
3/ Maria writes down the next set of questions that will indicate how does the interview subject arrive at conclusions of his/her thoughts. The useful candidate is expected to talk about actions other people make to solve the problem and how this impacts his/her work.
4/ E.g. Judith sees that team members constantly make phone calls as they look for owners of work tasks. She gets some calls as well.
5/ Maria writes down the next set of questions that will allow the interview subject to talk about his/her emotional reaction to the problem. The useful candidate is expected to talk about his/her reaction to the problem from an emotional point of view.
6/ E.g. Judith feels angry when meetings are postponed to late afternoons due to everyone’s busy schedule as it interferes with her volunteering job.
7/ Maria writes down the next set of questions that will allow her to discover what the interview subject actually does to solve the problem right now. The useful candidate is expected to talk about specific actions that he/she takes, which will indicate the starting point of what problem needs solving.
8/ E.g. Judith works at least 45 hours a week because most meetings take place very late and she has to be there.
9/ Maria writes down that the product they are building should help the real customer reduce the overtime hours, increase flexibility in the team and improve performance among members.