In his latest book, Dave Winsborough lays out a clear path for all team leaders to raise their own performance and build exceptional teams.
Most of us have no trouble admitting that some people are more talented than others, yet we believe everyone can work hard. Not quite, says one psychologist.
Companies could make more suitable hires and better predict which employees will do well using personality assessments.
In terms of accuracy, today’s personality tests are three times better than a job interview, and they will only get more sophisticated in the future.
Here are some data-driven recommendations for minimizing biases against strong candidates who may not do so well during interviews.
Those looking to get Hogan-certified in 2018 will have several options from coast to coast.
Human Resource Executive
Most organizations understand the importance of succession planning. Unfortunately, so few do it well.
HRD New Zealand
Simply adding a star performer to a team boosts the effectiveness of other team members by 5-15%.
Creative types aren’t always easy for others to work with, but these four tips can help.
Harvard Business Review
Helping the wrong people get to leadership roles is detrimental not only to those who have strong potential but also to the entire organization.