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Chrm Message From: kshma kapadia Total Posts: 11 Join Date: 08/01/2012
Rank: Executive Post Date: 28/03/2012 02:58:00 Points: 55 Location: India

What about a time where you really misjudged a person? Perhaps you saw the way a person was dressed and during a conversation you discounted what the person said. Not only that, when you spoke to the individual, you did so in a condescending manner. Then, as the conversation progresses, you find the person actually had a graduate degree, is a published author and a professor. Wow, what an embarrassment! It's hard to recover from that interpersonal goof for sure.

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Chrm Message From: HR_Professional Total Posts: 7 Join Date: 08/01/2012  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 03/04/2012 01:21:06 Points: 35 Location: India

Thanks for sharing. This provides great insight into the analysis of an individual. Please keep sharing!

 
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