Most of us get stuck in a rut because it’s safe, it’s easy, and it seems to minimize anxiety. How do you handle uncertainty? You may be surprised to learn that uncertainty can make you and your business thrive. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to learn why and how you should embrace uncertainty and new things.
For the past few weeks, I’ve talked about the proven negative impact of personal bias in hiring. Today, I’ll share a practical strategy for preventing bias that has shown promising results with other companies. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to learn this strategy and find out how to apply it to your company.
We all love to be right. But proving ourselves right is the enemy of objectivity when it comes to hiring. Today, we continue to explore how our assumptions may be getting in the way of hiring well. The worst part of this tendency is that we’re not even aware that it’s happening. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out how to keep yourself accountable and protected from falling into the trap of wanting to be right.
Last week, we looked at how keeping your assumptions in check can lead to better hires. This week, I’ll introduce you to the “halo effect” and how it impacts your perception of candidates. So what is the “halo effect” and how is it compromising your evaluation of a candidate? Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out and learn how to protect yourself from taking on this very common practice.
Do you ever find yourself making judgments about candidates based on your own assumptions? This may be severely impacting your recruitment efforts in a negative way. Going with your gut is not always good. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to learn how to keep your bias in check to improve your hiring results.
As we look forward into the New Year, I thought it would be helpful to look back at what we’ve covered in previous WorkPuzzles. Today, I highlight some of the top lessons learned in previous podcasts that lead to recruiting a solid and successful team. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to take a look back at our top lessons and tips.
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