5 results for tag: The Predictive Index


Lessons Learned From the Corner Office on Leading Cultural Change

Change is an aspect of business that we all know is there, but it's routinely one of the most difficult challenges to overcome. With the world moving at an ever-faster pace, too often change takes longer to implement than anticipated. Oftentimes leaders ...
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If You Want to Hire Smart People, Do This

Test interviews where you have people write how they'd handle a likely situation of the job they're interviewing for are a great idea. You get to see their writing skills, an underappreciated skills these days, and a look at how they might perform in action. ...
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The Number One Predictor of Workplace Performance

General cognitive ability, called G, is a person's ability to learn and is considered the number one predictor of workplace performance. The complexity of our workplaces is the reason G is so important, and it will likely become even more important in ...
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We Need an Improvement Methodology for Human Resources

This is a little scary... "Only 21 percent of CEOs feel they get their money's worth from those they hire. " And a survey of top HR executives at 25 of the global top 50 found that 80 percent of external hires were disappointments and promotions came in ...
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Time for a Career Change?

Change. There's lots of it these days. We have a Washington outsider as president (cautious optimism); the Cubs actually won the World Series (shocker!); the very air we're breathing is becoming colder as the seasons transition yet again (I'm so not ready for ...
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