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Staffing Advisors
Innovative, fast-moving, cost-effective executive search services for associations, nonprofits and growth companies in the Washington, DC area.
Innovative, fast-moving, cost-effective executive search services for associations, nonprofits and growth companies in the Washington, DC area.
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‘Find Your Passion’ Is Awful Advice https://hubs.ly/H0c_7540
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No one can reliably rate anyone else. So can you engineer a hiring sequence that works? (It's daunting, but not impossible.) https://hubs.ly/H0cKk3g0
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The job interview is a poor predictor of success. While current interviewing practices are ineffective, they are also familiar and comfortable to your managers. https://hubs.ly/H0cFZPN0
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The more people interview your candidates, the harder (and not necessarily better) your decision will be. https://hubs.ly/H0bP-XR0
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Complicated group dynamics in your interviews rarely result in better decision-making. https://hubs.ly/H0bP-Xw0
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A few spots remain in WBJ’s next Business Class seminar series. Four afternoons full of learn-today, use-tomorrow exec skills like HR, finance and presentations. And did we mention our President Bob Corlett is teaching one? Sign up here: https://hubs.ly/H0bMbyt0
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Why you should add 90 minutes of hard thinking into your hiring process https://hubs.ly/H09JHsJ0
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Resist using cynical tactics to weed out potentially fraudulent or uncommitted candidates; these approaches often exclude the busy and overcommitted people you actually want to reach. https://hubs.ly/H09lVvs0
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In a job interview, normal conversational style does not apply. A job interview is more like a briefing for the board of directors. Prepare your remarks, get in, make your point quickly and coherently, answer questions, and leave on time. https://hubs.ly/H09jJ_B0
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