What attention does your energy bring? Reading someone and understanding who they are is a part of my process. When interviewing candidates, it is always difficult to find a suitable fit. What possible way do we determine the character of one’s self, in such a short period of time? I have often pondered on this. Cracking the code of personality and workmanship would surely represent a huge leap in the working class mentality. I think some already know the answer. But bringing that into a systematic form is impossible. Without an exorbitant amount of data, there are just too many variables in the process. What work for one will almost certainly not work the same for the others. The randomness of life ensures that.
As a hiring manager, I have always been given a script to go by. Some vague questions to get to know a person, along with instructions to go off track when permitted. What it amounts to is a shot-gun blast of questions hoping to nail a moving target inside each of us. We try and make things known as expectations, but how frequently does one stay the course? Even more troublesome, it seems that each course is different. Those tiny variations can lead to massive chasms of differences when left alone.
Make sure that each person is treated as a person. Each individual strength and weakness harnessed. Stay positive. Time will reveal all.