34. "Hiring for attitude and transparency" - Karin Stenstam - Vice President - Hult Business School (SmartTalks - Main Stage)
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Karin Stenstam is an experienced business leader who is a believer in transparency in who we are and what talents we bring, to ensure a great match for a company as well as the individuals.
She has something to say about leadership, hiring attitudes and transparency😊
📌 Who is Karin Stenstam?
📌 Leaders who are making a difference in 2020?
📌 What kind of a leader the new generation wants to work with?
📌 About hiring for attitude: What is attitude?
📌 Why do employers give more importance than ever to hiring for attitude?
📌 Are the companies expecting different attitudes? Is it different from company to company?
📌 About hiring process: Evaluation tools for hiring are subjective enough?
📌 Is attitude teachable?
📌 A case where she chose attitudes over experience or skills
📌 That attitude covers up the lack of skill or lack of experience
📌 Are recruiters equipped enough to assess attitudes in the hiring process?
📌 DO attitudes substitutes for skills?
📌 Having a strong attitude and skill at the same time