When a client calls me to help them screen and interview candidates, they are usually in a hurry. They need me to get started today, and frankly, they really needed me to start 3 weeks ago. The “hurry up” syndrome is a common issue at A-list Interviews. However, hurrying through the interview process never works.
Most people who viewed the Olympics experienced some surprises regarding performances from our athletes. If you actually listened to the athletes talk about their goals, you may have had much fewer surprises. Danell Leyva: “I want to win a medal.” So, he did. Bronze John Orazco: “I just want to go to the Olympics.” So
While rocking my infant daughter years ago, I began instinctively doing what adults have done for centuries. I began singing lullabies to her. “Rock a- bye baby, in the tree top, When the wind blows the cradle will rock, When the bough breaks, the cradle will fall And down will come baby…” And then
Your superstar employee is out pregnant. An amazing employee’s father is dying of cancer. Your right hand man injured himself in a Rugby game. For these employees, you will do whatever it takes to help them get back up and running. You will bend over backwards to accomplish whatever is needed to help them because
I have seen companies who are looking for employees post a blind ad, meaning they post an ad without using the company name. This ad will request that the candidate send their resume, which includes personal information like addresses and phone numbers. If you have ever responded to a blind ad, then you know that