how to evaluate people's potential

Typically, we consider three perspectives:

1. how quick you can make a good decision

2. how good that you can collaborate with other teams and leverage each individual.

3. Do this person take the leadership



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Sometimes counter offer is just a procedure established by the employer, it doesn't have to mean that they want to keep you, they just follow the procedures.


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Our classes and the discussion inputs from our classmates really demystify a lot of topics which we (currently or will) encounter in our careers.


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If you can, try to make your HR compensation analyst your best friend. :wink:
make friends with your FP&A, your finance colleagues. They know everything.


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1 Year

Academia is quite different from industry. I am working in a research institute. Postdoc salary is much lower compared with similar positions in the industry. That being said, I know quite little for the industry side.


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I agree with no ask no raise. I had a previous coworker who pushed her manager really hard for promotion and she did perform well. Then she get promoted faster than other people who are at same level of performance.


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