4 Things to Ask Yourself After an Executive Interview

There are plenty of questions to ask during an interview that will help you determine if that candidate has the skills, experience and cultural fit to work in your organization. There are also some questions to think about afterwards to help accurately assess your conversation with the candidate. 1. Is your candidate invested in your… Read more »

Eye-Opening Stats to Kick Your Job Descriptions in Gear

Job descriptions matter. It’s not enough to just create a bulleted list of criteria with a boring blurb about what the role’s responsibilities will be. A job description can be the first way a person interacts with your brand’s personality. It’s a place to showcase and share your values, your business goals and the kind… Read more »

6 Steps to Ensuring Your Next Great Hire

Great hires don’t grow on trees, but they are foundational to the success of your business. Everyone is always looking to secure that great candidate, and a competitive business landscape makes it more difficult to get connected with the right talent. Here are six ways to improve your hiring process and better recruit standout talent…. Read more »

Talent Evolving: Add Value Wherever and However You Can, Part 2

Previously I shared a blog on adding value and finished it with some ideas on adding value for candidates.  This is a follow-up and focuses on adding value to clients, or potential clients when we can. All relationships are built on an exchange of perceived value. We trust someone because they have shown themselves to… Read more »

How to Make Reaching out to Passive Candidates Not so… Awkward

“Passive” candidates are an overlooked and undervalued part of the talent pool that employers draw from in their candidate searches. Passive candidates refer to those who have the right background, qualifications, and skillset, but aren’t actively looking for a new opportunity. Many of them, however, are open to the right opportunity and would think about… Read more »

Talent Evolving: Add Value Wherever and However You Can

All relationships are built on an exchange of perceived value. We trust someone because they have shown themselves to be trustworthy. We listen to advice from someone who has either given sound advice previously or is a perceived expert. This why relationship selling is so effective. Even if the features of a product are the… Read more »

3 Ways Talent Pipelining Benefits Your Company

Making HR decisions can always be risky. You need quality people you can depend on to make an impact on the business, but you never quite know how it might all play out. Talent pipelining helps you take back a bit more control of the hiring process and can reduce the risk of getting stuck… Read more »

Is There Really Such Thing as the “Perfect” Candidate?

Every company wants to fill open positions with the best possible candidate. They might have a whole list of “musts” as a set of criteria that candidates need to meet to be considered. The truth is that this kind of thinking might be preventing you from finding the right fit. Here’s what to consider. What’s… Read more »

How to Recruit Executives That Aren’t in Your Company’s Geographic Location

How to Recruit Executives That Aren't in Your Company's Geographic Location

Executive leadership spots are some of the hardest to source and fill. Why? Partly because the expectations of candidates at that level are very high, but also because most executives aren’t searching LinkedIn or job boards for their next position – they’re often at their desks, working to make an impact at the company they’re… Read more »

3 Things Healthcare Executives Are Looking For in a Job Offer

3 Things Healthcare Executives Are Looking For in a Job Offer

Healthcare continues to grow as an industry, requiring strong leadership to be successful. How can you get your choice for a healthcare executive to say yes? Here’s what healthcare executives find important in a job offer. Strong Compensation It might seem obvious that executives want to discuss salary before settling on an employee agreement. The… Read more »