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    Why Do We Keep Hiring Narcissistic CEOs?

    SPB had the pleasure of welcoming Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, CEO of Hogan Assessment, to a special event this month. Both Hogan and SPB have done a lot of research and work to identify the traits of successful leaders; narcissism is a trait that seems to keep coming up

    February-14-17, published by Daphne Woolf

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    Effective measurement for better recruitment: 4 ways to improve your hiring process

    Ensuring there is as much objectivity as possible in the recruitment process is paramount when hiring a new resource, but you need to be sure you are measuring the right things.
    How do you improve your recruitment process to increase the probability you will make the right hire?

    February-02-17, published by Myriam Plamondon

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    Humane human resources management

    Work is a big part of our lives. In some cases, it can aggravate mental health issues or even bring on new ones. What kind of initiatives can be implemented in organizations, and in human resources departments in particular, to help employees maintain their psychological health?

    February-01-17, published by Julie Carignan

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    Exclusive event | Toronto

    This private event is taking place February 2 at 5pm at the The Stirling Room in Toronto.
    The presentation’s theme is “The Art of hiring a great leader“; we will answer Why do we keep hiring narcissistic leaders?

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    Hogan Certification Workshop | Become Certified

    Learn how to interpret and apply Hogan Assessments. Participants attending this 2-day workshop will be certified to use the Hogan inventories: the Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI), the Hogan Development Survey (HDS) and the Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI).

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    Recruiting Candidates With Complete Objectivity: Three Biases That Undermine Your Hiring Decisions

    It is extremely important to make your candidate selection processes as objective as possible, since any inequity may have profound impacts. In addition to the risk that you may not hire the best person for the job, your company may also face legal action if a candidate had the impression that the process was not entirely fair.

    The following are three errors that can hinder your objectivity as a recruiter the most, as well as the best ways to avoid them.

    December-06-16, published by Myriam Plamondon

    tags : hiring, psychometric, recruiting, recruitment