Archive for December, 2021

Don’t Make Strategic Career Decisions Using Tactical Information

Don’t Make Strategic Career Decisions Using Tactical Information

In a post earlier this year I claimed that too many people change jobs for all the wrong reasons. Most often it's for the stuff at the bottom of the "Maslow's Hierarchy of Hiring Needs" graphic above, rather than the stuff at the top. Unless they're (very) lucky, the result is always disappointment, dissatisfaction and regret.

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Posted in: Diversity Hiring, Passive Candidate Recruiting

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A 10-point Checklist for Hiring Leaders

A 10-point Checklist for Hiring Leaders

LEADERS: The strongest people are easy to spot. They’re leaders. Leaders don’t just do their jobs reasonably well; they improve how they do their jobs. And whether they’re managing a team or not, they also help everyone they work with do their jobs better, too. You can use this Performance-based Interview to determine if your candidates are leaders, or not.

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Posted in: Assessing Soft Skills, Passive Candidate Recruiting

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