What You’re Overlooking in Your Hiring Process

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The hiring process can be exhausting. There are many stages in the process and usually several players who need to be involved to bring it to a successful conclusion. A lot of thought goes into hammering out the details of the position and the expectation of the potential candidate, so it’s easy to overlook some… Read more »

Emotional Intelligence

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Evaluating a candidate’s emotional intelligence is a vital part of the interview process. It allows you to assess and determine a candidate’s potential for success. Sure, candidates will often be nervous and may not put their true selves forward right away, but an adept hiring manager or recruiter can artfully work around those limitations to… Read more »

Transitioning New Talent

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An effective search process consists of four steps – talent identification, attraction, evaluation, and successful acceptance of an offer. Whether your most recent hire came from an internal referral, an in-house recruitment team, or an executive search firm, knowing that a key role is filled can feel like a weight has been lifted from your… Read more »

5 Traits to Look for When Hiring for the C-Suite

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Every employee is important, but C-Suite hires are the most critical of all for the success of your company. You need cohesive, visionary leadership in order for your organization to compete and thrive. While specific needs will vary, there are certain qualities that contribute to long-term success: Shared Values Creating and maintaining a strong, consistent… Read more »

Building Your Bench: Who Should Be on Your Panel Interviewing Team?

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Panel interviews are an excellent idea when hiring for senior-level and other business-critical roles. They provide varying perspectives, help eliminate biases and involve key stakeholders in the decision-making process. A successful panel interview will help you determine how candidates react to the stress of rapid-fire questioning, interact with various personalities, and communicate and build rapport…. Read more »