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How undefined competencies lead to hiring mistakes

 Lou Adler continues to distill best practices in sourcing and hiring human talent – Performance-based Hiring. I measure consensus as operationally defined, or being on the same sheet of music in measuring results. Over a 10-day period last month with three large companies in Europe and two Silicon Valley mid-majors, I relearned why so many companies make […]

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How to Achieve the Recruiting Performance Trifecta of Quality, Cost, and Time

Have you ever suffered through the process of multiple candidates advancing through several rounds of interviews, then even though the hiring manager felt they could move to an offer, there isn’t an interview team consensus to go there? [Excerpt from Lou Adler’s practice of Performance-based Hiring] Let me start with three basic points: Point 1: active candidate […]

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