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fresh thinking in recruitment processes

People are recruited to give results, not excuses

war for talent means fresh thinking in recruitment

More and more organisations are finding it difficult to:

  • Attract the right talent

  • Find the right skill sets

  • Interview motivated individuals who are passionate about their work

  • Hire great problem solvers who take responsibility for making things happen

Making the wrong choice is a costly mistake. It not only wastes people’s time but slows down organisational performance and gets everyone frustrated.

There are ways to:

  1. reduce costs

  2. improve candidate pools

  3. easily filter out unsuitable candidates

61% of employees say the realities of their new job differ from expectations set during the interview process.
— April 2019


What solutions do you need?

Hiring great talent comes with fresh thinking.

That involves using a completely different methodology when it comes to the focus of your questions in the recruitment process.

Using a technique called Motivation Based Interviewing, it challenges the very idea of what it means to hire great talent.

With 2 very important areas of focus, interview questions are re-designed to ensure you find self motivated, passionate problem solvers and a new interviewing style is used to create a different atmosphere in the recruitment process.

However to do that, you need to create a different candidate experience by hiring managers.

As you can see from the above statistic, many candidates get a glossy picture of what organisational life is really like.

That’s just one part of the story. Candidates need to feel relaxed so they speak honestly, rather than from a script - that requires a very specific skill from an interviewer.

Here’s how we deliver on this:

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