We give HR teams, Hiring Managers and Executives insights into the unconscious triggers that make people think, make decisions and express themselves so that they can Hire for Attitude – Increase Self Awareness – Develop Advanced Communication Skills – Improve Retention
Failure CV – the new talent differentiator?
Be honest. When you are interviewing and ask the question "What have you failed at recently?" - are you… [more]
Selecting the Pick of the Crop
Learning recruitment strategy from the newly crowned best amateur cook in the UK As a “don’t cook… [more]
Job Sharing is commercially viable
"Job sharing." It sounds simple. It looks straight forward. You hear about people working part-time… [more]
Psst Talent Paw Tactics
There's been fighting talk in the media since 1st of January 2015 on the War for Talent. Employees are… [more]
My June 2011 post Dyslexia is no stumbling block to excellence was a consequence of the surprisingly… [more]
More and more case studies are appearing where organisations are ignoring traditional recruitment criteria for entry level positions. Instead they might look for someone who is humble. How would you identify this in an interview?
I was lucky someone dropped out so I could hear John Adair talk about how his leadership theories first formed the basis of military leadership training in the UK, and then influenced the rest of the world. It’s not every day I get to hear someone with a Wikipedia entry speak!
How can we nail down the ideal list of qualities and skills to strive for? On a cold March early morning in 2011, Kevin Bullock, a leading UK headteacher and inspiring speaker, spoke about what makes outstanding leaders at an HR Forum in Cambridge.
Ever wondered when interviewing whether a candidate is genuinely interested and motivated to work for you? By verbally painting job descriptions with words and phrases that the ideal candidate will find irresistible ensures you are able to sift the movers from the shakers.