From experience we know that the more our interviewee can be himself, the more we are able to do our work. We ask questions to understand, we listen between the lines and we make no assumptions. So we invite you to be yourself, for surely then you will be at your best.
As soon as we come into contact with each other, it is our goal to be personal, subservient and advisory. Because we do what gives us energy, we are driven. What we want to be recognized for is our craftsmanship and personal approach. During an interview we give feedback and are happy to receive your feedback in return. Equivalence in a conversation is self-evident. What is going on in your mind?
Arjan van Dijk
The founding of TailorMinds is the result of a quiet dream that never quite went away.
Many conversations between engineers are about the work content, often neglecting to ask how someone is really doing. Facilitating this for engineers and business relations through secondment is what I stand for. The connection this creates gives me energy.
Providing professional advice and contributing to people’s development. That is what drives me. This creates relationships that often lead to an open and long-term collaboration.
This method has been catching on since 2011, I gladly help building new connections which give energy.
Achieving the best results is what motivates me and for this I commit myself 110%. This drive stems from my top sports history. My way of working is direct, honest and goal-oriented. I can’t guarantee you a job. My commitment, on the other hand, I can.
The goal: connect. At TailorMinds the vision is to combine personality and skills in order to achieve the best match and a real connection.
Dexter van der Swaluw
I want to research what drives you in your work and find a suitable professional challenge and work environment. That gives me the most satisfaction.
Not only the substantive job satisfaction is important, but also that you end up in an environment where your talents are best expressed and have added value for you. This contributes to your intrinsic motivation, so that you are willing to go the extra mile in your work.
Corrie van Krimpen
For several years I have been responsible for the administrative tasks within the organization. I work flexible hours and mainly remote. Nevertheless, we manage to stay closely involved with the organisation.
The working environment and the conditions are a determining factor for the working pleasure and the goals of the organisation are important for satisfaction in my job. This satisfaction is also in the small things, being satisfied with what you do.
Where I get energy and get satisfaction from is a virtually flawless administration.