Get ready for another enlightening episode with recruiting guru Lou Adler, as he dives into the most important part of the hiring process: the interview. As the CEO and Founder of Performance-based Hiring Learning Systems, Lou has over 30 years of experience working with companies to identify and hire top talent. In this episode, Lou shares his insights on the most important questions to ask during an interview and how to identify the signs of a great candidate. He emphasizes the importance of focusing on a candidate’s accomplishments and track record rather than just their qualifications, and how this can lead to a more successful hiring process. If you’re a company leader, recruiter, or hiring manager looking to improve your hiring process, or if you’re a job seeker looking to understand what hiring managers are looking for, this episode is a must-listen.
About Lou Adler: Lou is the CEO and founder of Performance-based Hiring Learning Systems – a consulting and training firm helping recruiters and hiring managers around the world source, interview and hire the strongest and most diverse talent. Lou is the author of the Amazon top-10 best-seller, Hire With Your Head (John Wiley & Sons, 4th Edition, 2021), The Essential Guide for Hiring & Getting Hired (Workbench Media, 2013) and the Lynda.com Performance-based Hiring video training program (2016). His current “Diversity Hiring without Compromise” initiative is focused on developing a colorblind hiring process that ensures the best people get hired regardless of race, religion, age, sexual preference and physical challenges.
Adler is one of the top bloggers on LinkedIn’s Influencer program writing about the latest trends in hiring, employment, and recruiting. His articles, quotes and research can now be found in Inc. Magazine, Business Insider, Bloomberg, SHRM and The Wall Street Journal. The company’s new mobile ready learning platform – Win-Win Hiring Learning Systems – provides instant access to all of the tools needed to find and hire outstanding talent.
Hosted By: Kathleen Quinn Votaw