When interviewing — structure your communication to a solutions-oriented mindset

Having a lot to talk about — the problem with narratives

  • Presenting a narrative may correlate with a lack of structure.
  • The attempt to mix a chronological narrative with lessons learned is quite complex.
  • I had no control if I would be able to cover all lessons learned in the given time.
  • I didn’t tell the interviewer of I was doing that. The roadmap for the story with lessons.

Connecting complex ideas in the interview does not mean good progress

Missing what matters

Having no guide or using the wrong roadmap

First 3 items of the résumé for a technical writer.

Structured communication and clarity about what you are going to cover

Marcio’s Call to Action Banner — Help me focus on writing voting in the following award

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