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Hiring for Attitude: A Revolutionary Approach to Recruiting and Selecting People with Both Tremendous Skills and Superb Attitude

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"Success in business starts with finding great talent that will thrive within your company culture. "Hiring for Attitude" combines valuable insights with relatable examples, giving you the tools to recruit the right talent for your organization and reduce your risk of mishires."
--BRENT RASMUSSEN, President of CareerBuilder North America

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Hardcover, 240 pages
Published December 2nd 2011 by McGraw-Hill (first published November 11th 2011)
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Kelley
As a senior leader in a school, I've wondered about, over the past two years, how we can better identify great potential employees in the hiring process while avoiding hiring toxic employees. Murphy's book offers the perfect solution to solve that problem. His brilliant strategies offer easily implementable ways to identify each workplace's unique necessary characteristics that make high quality employees successful as well as the qualities that will make employees unsuccessful there. The strate ...more
Daniela
This book is good learning tool for the beginners in the recruitment process. It gives a clear message that it is all about the attitude, character, approach, willigness to learn, personality. All the rest can be learned - skills.
Kamila Borowa
Schould be read by every director, manager, recruiter/CEO - everyone who cares about that what kind of people are on board :-)
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Brent Keck
Excellent reading on better ways to hire high performers to the culture of your company - assuming you know what your culture is. I found the process for creating interview questions and then scoring the answers useful. Also helpful were the suggestions on what to listen for in applicant verbal responses to your questions that would differentiate high performers from low performers. The final value I found was the "Word Picture" approach to teaching and communicating desired behaviors to employe ...more
Babak
This was a surprisingly refreshing book about how to find out what type of person you have in for a job interview. It is not important to have a long CV with a lot of achievements if you don't fit into the new organization from an attitude point of view. Read this book if you are up to hiring someone in your organization.
Lee Tyner
I agree with the author, but the strategy provided was somewhat unrealistic at the places I've worked. Also, if an organization is known to follow the strategies, applicants could prep for the hiring process with canned answers just like they currently do.
Elizabeth Bryan
Great beginners tool for hiring based on attitude. It helps to identify the questions that will differentiate good hires from bad hires for your specific company! It is especially great for small businesses who need to work closely together with one another.
Nathan Wilson
Good method. Not as many concrete question ideas as I was hoping for, but the principles outlined set you in the right direction.
Mohamed Magdy
A wonderful book shows me how to develop some of my skills
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