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Suitability and Hiring Selection Success

For most jobs, suitability/behavioural factors are about 50% of the reason people succeed or fail at a job. Therefore, effectively measuring suitability should be an essential part of any job fit or hiring assessment. The importance of assessing behaviour during recruitment is evidenced by the fact that most organisations hire people for their eligibility and…

Enabling Innovation with the Help of Personality Trait Assessments

Enabling Innovation with the Help of Personality Trait Assessments

Innovation, Innovation, Innovation. It is hard to read a newspaper or business journal without finding an article on innovation or a reference to how companies must innovate to stay competitive. But the question that few articles address is how does a company become innovative or foster a culture of innovation? Most will agree that people…

Creative Grit

There has been a lot of buzz about the value of grit recently including a best seller named Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance by Angela Duckworth. The book explores the value of cultivating grit to achieve a more successful life. Grit is defined as perseverance, courage, resolve, or strength of character. There is no doubt that grit…

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Beyond Hungry, Humble, and Smart

Ideal Team-players In 2016 Patrick Lencioni brought out the follow-up book to his The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, “The Ideal Team Player: How to Recognize and Cultivate the Three Essential Virtues” [1]. Ideal team players, as Lencioni describes them, are Hungry, Humble and (emotionally) Smart – these are his “3 Virtues.” It is rare for people with only…

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Manager vs Leader? What’s the difference?

What is the difference between leadership and management? The main difference between leaders and managers is that leaders have people follow them while managers have people who work for them. Leaders are often described as setting the visions and direction whilst managers carry out the doing. We don’t all work in massive organisations where we…