The DNA of a Family Business

Talentsorter StaffFamily Business

Note: This blog was co-authored by Paul Pittman of The Human Well and was originally published here. Part 1 In leadership circles we talk a lot about engagement; how to get it, what it looks like and what it is worth. In a nutshell we want happy employees prepared to donate discretionary effort and go the extra mile. In family-run … Read More

10 Interview Questions to Ask Job Candidates About Leadership

Talentsorter StaffInterview Questions, Interviewing, Recruitment

leadership interview questions

In choosing leaders to fill open management positions, many organizations are guilty of placing too much weight on a candidate’s pedigree: where did they go to school; what companies have they worked for, and in what roles; what projects or initiatives have they led; what skills and networks of relationships have they picked up along the way, etc. Those are … Read More

Hiring a Registered Nurse? Here’s Your Ideal Candidate According to Behavioral Science

Talentsorter StaffHiring for Fit, Ideal Candidate Report

how to hire nurses

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This is the fifth blog in a series about “ideal candidates”. We take a position, run it through TalentSorter’s scientific algorithm, and provide you with the behavioral characteristics of an “ideal candidate” (note: download the full report at the bottom of the post). Because of the way TalentSorter has been designed, it is able to compare the personality traits and other attributes … Read More