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We provide competency-based behavioral interviewing training for interview teams including hiring managers, recruiters, and interviewers. We have been publishing articles for over 40 years to address the myriad of issues encountered in the process of hiring top talent.

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  • Mar 2019

    Tech Hiring Fails Without Behavioral Assessment

    Global giants like McDonald's and BMW once seemed invincible. But now, under increasing pressure to stay relevant and ward off competition in the digital age, legacy brands are looking to Silicon Valley for inspiration. As Atif Rafiq, McDonald's former chief technology officer, said in a recent interview, “We think, ‘How would Google do this? How would Amazon do this?’ ”

  • Jun 2017

    Google Research Validates Behavioral Interviewing

    In a wide-ranging interview that appeared in The New York Times, Lazlo Bock, Google’s former Senior Vice President for People Operations, praised behavioral interviewing, panned brainteaser questions, and noted that academic accomplishments don't always translate into success.

  • Mar 2017

    How to Interview the Technical Candidate

    Here are just three of the several approaches used by technical experts at our client companies to assess technical competence.

  • Mar 2013

    How To Interview and Hire Engineers

    What separates top performers from average performers in engineering jobs?

  • Apr 2007

    Candidates Don't Know What They Don't Know

    According to a study at Cornell University, interviewers should be aware that people who lack certain skills may be more confident of their abilities than highly skilled people.

  • Jul 1995

    Selling to the Technical Candidate

    If there is strong competition to fill technical positions, you may be required to sell candidates on your organization before you interview and evaluate them.

  • Jan 1995

    How to Assess and Hire Top Engineers

    What could Thomas Edison, who was known as the "world's greatest inventor" a century ago, have in common with today's top software engineers? Quite a lot as we recently discovered.