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The Most Important Critical Thinking Interview Question

Your time is too valuable to interview candidates who lack needed skills Thriving business must build thinking workplaces that keep pace with the needs of …

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A Tool for Blind Hiring

Business success depends on building a more diverse, more productive workforce. Today HR departments need to be sensitive to unconscious biases to be sure that …

Take the guesswork out of qualifying job candidates

Identify and hire the best talent What does it take to complete successful new hires? You need to:  minimize costly training time  reduce the risk …

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Identify the Job Skills that Predict Success

Important Critical Thinking Skills in the Workplace Are you prepared for the upcoming wave of resumes from college seniors? So much enthusiasm, so little experience. …

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Community colleges measure what matters: good thinking

Many two year academic institutions choose to measure what really matters: good thinking. Community and technical colleges, certificate programs and other associate degree programs realize …

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Who can make the decisions that will drive growth?

It’s a tough job but someone has to do it. Someone has to ask the hard questions, create clarity out of complex information and ambiguous …

Increase sales with a tolerant work force

Every aspect of business deals with customers.  Whether your group’s customers are an internal team or the end customer, the attitudes of every employee affect …

Thinking skills for customer service

Do you need to attract and retain new customers to your business? Are you looking for ways to make your brand stand out? Are your …

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Which candidate would you hire for your business?

The decision is up to you; you need to hire or promote an employee. You’ve gone through all the vetting steps for this position: resumes …

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Is it possible to test for honesty?

Every new hire is a security risk From minor theft of office supplies to serious embezzlement, the costs of dishonesty mount quickly.  A recent survey …

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