- Cologne, Germany
- 1 to 50 Employees
- 2 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2019
- Revenue: Less than $1 million (USD)
- Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
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Senior Business Development Manager
What can I use these days on LinkedIn posts other than “exciting news” for everything thing that I want to announce to the tech community. “Exciting” news are starting to sound like “breaking” news; both have lost their meanings to me.
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- The company is designed to create a culture of collaboration and empathy - Clear mission and values - People-oriented leadership, together with a focus on the process - Rooted in Design Thinking methodology + enabling Circular Economy
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I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at FLF Product Design (Canada)
InterviewI was introduced to the company and role through a friend who was working here at the time. I had an initial chat with her about my goals and what I was looking for in a job to see if it aligned with what the company was looking for too.
I then had a call with the founder of the company to share more about myself, my visions, values, and goals for the future. After this step, I was invited to do a writing test to see what my capabilities were.
This was the first time I had done an interview where my resume was barely referenced or brought up. While they had seen my resume, the conversations we had were focused entirely on what I want to do and where I want to go in my career versus what I had already done. I really appreciated this because it was the first time I really felt they were interested in me rather than my credentials, and this showed me how valuable their long-term vision is to the company. They were really looking for someone who could help drive purpose and passion towards a vision through their work, and I think being so forward-looking when in the hiring process is crucial to that.
However, none of that is to say they didn’t care about my actual skills, either. I was given a prompt to write a piece on and from that they finally offered me the role.Interview
What drives the work you do? What are you passionate about? Can you prepare a sample write-up for us?Answer Question
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