This has happened in real life.
Personally I do not understand why one should be intimidated after seeing who is sitting across the table. That does not change the knowledge I had before I entered the room (unless of course I was planning to dish out some nonsense during the interview)
Are you sure you want this to stay here or would you rather have it moved to Job Discussions.
This is Meaningless Drivel and it is Friday. You have been warned
Monu Tripathi wrote:
I agree knowing who is sitting across the table wont change my knowledge but it might change my behavior in one way or the other. That can impact the interview as well. Eventually, both the parties will do their job but the thing is it is more likely that John will feel a little uncomfortable, i think.
Ulf Dittmer wrote:..she discovers..- she may use .. she can. ..., she should.. she is..
The interviewee should not make any assumptions about the level of competence on part of the interviewer...
Monu Tripathi wrote:... Should he feel intimidated? ...
Bear Bibeault wrote:No need to be intimidated:
Ulf Dittmer wrote:The interviewee should not make any assumptions about the level of competence on part of the interviewer.
By the way, I resent that a topic that portrays me as a competent person was posted in a meaningless forum...