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Join Us for a New Hangout Series - HR Mind Games (Episode #1 - Hiring Sales Pros)

HR Mind Games is a quick hitting, 20-30 minute hangout hosted by me (KD), Kris Dunn, founder of FOT and the HR Capitalist and sponsored by Caliper, the leading provider of Assessments for Selection, Talent Management, and Leadership Development.
 
In each episode of HR Mind Games, we’ll cover how general behavioral assessment geekiness/expertise helps HR and Recruiting Pros make better hires as well as maximize performance once that talent is in the door!
 
Episode #1 is going to be a doozyHow to Hire Sales Pros Who Are “Hunters”, not “Farmers”.  I got a LOT of opinions on this people, and the scars (and behavioral science) to prove it

If you love to geek out on the assessment side - CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THIS EPISODE OF HR MIND GAMES!!!

In our first episode, we’re going long on how to use assessments to figure out who the true “hunters” are across sales candidates.  Join us and we’ll share what we’ve learned and what to focus on from a behavioral perspective to ensure sales hires are “optimized” to bring home the bacon!!  We’ll even give you a great template to compare sales candidates to as you hit the recruiting trail!

Even if you're unsure if you can make it or not, sign up to make sure you get the templates for future sales searches!
 
Future episodes: How to spot and deal with Narcissistic Managers, How to Use Assessments for Good, Not Evil…. good times in this series...

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THIS EPISODE OF HR MIND GAMES!!!!

Comments

Kimberlee, no longer Esq.

Oooh, I'm interested in this! Mostly because I'm *extremely* skeptical of using assessments in the hiring process (I'm all for good behavioral interview questions and exercises that simulate the job, but I tend to think any company that puts applicants through personality tests is doing everyone a disservice).

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