How to avoid 50 percent of all hiring mistakes by learning to engage the analytical, creative, and emotional centers of your brain when interviewing job candidatesOver the course of 35 years and 5,000-plus interviews as a recruiter, I've developed an interviewing method that identifies superior candidates about 85 percent of the time. I call it the two-question performance-based interview (a.k.a. the Whole Brain Interview).
Any of these mistakes could cost you time, money, and the security of your business.You’d like to think of yourself as tech-savvy: You upgraded to the latest Web browser, started using CRM software in your business, and even added a new mail server running Microsoft Exchange. What could go wrong?Plenty. In fact, you might be making a classic tech blunder at this very moment…1. Buying the wrong laptopDon’t get sucked in by the low price of a new system. That shiny new Dell might not be all it is cracked up to be.