N26 names Dropbox `s Gormley COO


N26 names Dropbox's Gormley COO

Berlin-based mobile bank N26 has appointed Dropbox executive Adrienne Gormley chief operating officer and ex-Adidas human resources SVP Diana Styles chief people officer.

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Checklist For When You’re Ready To Hire A COO (Chief Operating Officer)

My experience with COO’s started with those in my companies, and the hundreds I’ve worked with inside the companies I’ve advised, and also the COO’s we use in the VC world that we pull into a company to help get those companies organized and grow after investing in that company.

I remember the first time I thought it was time to hire a COO. It was both crushing and exciting at the same time.

I was torn between KNOWING I needed help, and ACCEPTING the fact that – “I’m” – not enough to grow this company by myself.

It was causing so much stress in my life, but – luckily I wasn’t alone – I discussed this with my Board several times over about a 6 month period.

And if you don’t have a trusted source of knowledge like that – whether it’s a board of directors of even just a person that’s been where you are, and achieved what you want to achieve, and knows how to help you avoid the landmines… if you don’t have that resource in your life then I’ll be that source for you today.

And I’ll tell you that you might want to consider hiring a good COO if you spend more time managing than improving your company… or if you need a second hand to execute overall mission and manage people and tasks… or if you’re at a point where you can’t meet expectations to scale your company…or if you have investors and need another face in front of them.

In this video we dig into how to locate, attract, and hire a great COO.

IMPORTANT: If you’re considering hiring a COO, or even if you’re NOT and you just want to be far more organized in your company then start by making a list of the top tasks that a COO would take off your plate to make you MORE EFFECTIVE of a leader and at the same time GROW THE COMPANY.

Just the act of making that list will get you moving in the right direction.

Then use the comment section below to share the top 1-3 tasks that your COO could do for you!

Get creative – and share your ideas with me below…

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Chief Operating Officer (COO) Interview Questions and Answers! (The BEST COO Interview ANSWERS!)

Chief Operating Officer (COO) Interview Questions And Answers by Richard McMunn of: https://passmyinterview.com/chief-operating-officer-coo-interview/
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In this interview training video, Richard McMunn teaches you how to prepare for and pass a Chief Operating Officer job interview. If you are applying to become a COO with any company or organization, make sure you watch this interview tips presentation fully! Here’s what’s covered:

– A list of COO interview questions I strongly advise you prepare for.
– Strong, unique ANSWERS to tough COO interview questions.
– TIPS on how to STANDOUT during your interview.
– Further resources (including these slides) to help you SUCCEED at your Chief Operating Officer interview!

CEO Interview Questions & Answers: https://youtu.be/hL5ZjrnpDOs
CFO Interview Questions & Answers: https://youtu.be/v1Kv5yzUgoQ
Strategic Leadership Interview Questions: https://youtu.be/mjFZSQWe2E8
Change Management Interview Questions: https://youtu.be/Rg90HMG6Ks8

Q1. Tell me about yourself?
Q2. What can you bring to the role of COO?
Q3. Why do you want to work for our organization as the Chief Operating Officer?
Q4. How would you deal with disagreements with the company CEO?
Q5. What are you looking for in your next role?
Q6. What’s the biggest challenge you’ve faced so far? How did you handle it?
Q7. How do you plan to succeed as our COO when others have perhaps failed to live up to expectations?
Q8. Whilst working as a Chief Operating Officer, what’s your approach to change?
Q9. How will you delegate in your role as Chief Operating Officer?
Q10. How do you plan to implement the change needed as the Chief Operating Officer so that our organization maintains market position?
Q11. What are your hobbies and interests?
Q12. What competencies do you possess that will ensure you are effective as our company Chief Operating Officer?
Q13. If a senior member of the operational management team makes a significant mistake that impacts our organization negatively, how would you deal with it?
Q14. What are your values?
Q15. As our Chief Operating Officer, how will maintain a positive company culture within your department?
Q16. What steps would you follow when implementing change as the COO?
Q17. What motivates you?
Q18. If you are successful, what’s the first thing you will concentrate on as the new Chief Operating Officer?
Q19. What’s the biggest challenge our company is facing and how can we overcome it?
Q20. Why do you want to leave your current job?
Q21. Who’s your favourite leader and why?
Q22. Describe the toughest decision you’ve had to make in your career so far?
Q23. What’s your biggest weakness?
Q24. What are your salary expectations in the role of Chief Operating Officer?
Q25. That’s the end of your Chief Operating Officer interview. Do you have any questions for the panel?

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