Posts Tagged Passive Candidate Recruiting

Filling Generic Jobs with Generic People is a Recipe for Disappointment

Filling Generic Jobs with Generic People is a Recipe for Disappointment

It turns out that hiring outstanding talent on a consistent basis has little to do with your ATS, which job boards you use or the quality of your competency model. The process shown in the image below (PDF version) will give you consistent great results as long as you do these four things first:

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Posted in: Controlling Bias, Passive Candidate Recruiting, Rethinking the Job Description

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Hiring More Leaders Starts by Changing Your Hiring Strategy

Hiring More Leaders Starts by Changing Your Hiring Strategy

Many years ago I worked with LinkedIn on preparing a video highlighting the importance of developing a hiring strategy based on attracting the best rather than one designed to filter out the weak. It turns out that without the right talent strategy it's not possible to hire more leaders on a consistent basis. Chance, hope, the latest technology or job boards won't help. While the message in the video is still true today, most people will have some Catch-22 excuse why it won't work.

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Posted in: Quality of Hire, Rethinking the Job Description, Talent Strategy

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Stop the Revolving Door of Dissatisfaction and Turnover with This Crazy Idea

Stop the Revolving Door of Dissatisfaction and Turnover with This Crazy Idea

It’s important to remember that when it comes to changing jobs, it’s where you’re going that matters more than where you’ve been. 

In a recent post I contended that you don’t need a high-tech solution to solve a high touch problem like turnover. The problems and solutions are just too obvious.

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Posted in: Passive Candidate Recruiting, Recruiting & Closing

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Use the Phone Interview to Convert Strangers into Acquaintances

Use the Phone Interview to Convert Strangers into Acquaintances

The reason hiring acquaintances is more predictable is that these people are hired based on their known performance doing comparable work in comparable situations. Strangers, on the other hand, don’t get this free pass. Instead, they’re first screened on their level of skills, experiences and academic background and then assessed in large measure on the quality of their presentation skills, first impression and personality.

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Posted in: Quality of Hire, Recruiting & Closing

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