Why is interrogating not an effective strategy for creating an active response?
A. Because it tells the other person that you do not want to hear what he has to say
B. Because it suggests that the other persons concern is misplaced
C. Because it minimizes the persons pain and puts him down for not seeing the obvious
D. Because the off-the-top-of-the-head solution is unlikely to address the real problem
E. None of the above
According to career coach and psychologist Dory Hollander, which of the following is a
reason for a person to leave his or her current job?
A. When the persons boss is doing well
B. When the current job encourages rapid change
C. When the person pigeonholes himself or herself
D. When the job requires the person to keep learning
E. All of the above are reasons