The Talent Insights Blog

4 Misconceptions About StrengthsFinder Strengths

The Clifton StrengthsFinder is a personal assessment that is soaring in popularity in both the private and professional world. With its rise in recognition, more and more people are realizing the benefits of knowing their strengths. Unfortunately, this also means many...

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Introverted iNtuition vs. Extroverted iNtuition

Everyone uses intuition to some degree. People who use intuition pay attention to their impressions and are able to decipher meaning from patterns of information. Someone who prefers iNtuition has learned to think through data and patterns in order to discover new...

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How We’ve Built an Award-Winning Culture

A company does not become a great place to work overnight or by accident. It takes a carefully created and executed plan to build a culture employees love -- which is exactly what Qualbe’s CEO set out to do when he started his own company. Having experienced the pain...

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Introverted Thinking vs Extroverted Thinking

Everyone has the ability to think using logic and reason, but our personality shapes our thinking style and preferences. According to Myers-Briggs personality theory, there are two different types of thinking: introverted and extroverted thinking. Here's a quick...

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How to Choose the Right Pre-Hire Assessment

Have you ever read a blog that was pushing for or against one particular employee assessment? HR professionals learn from HR blogs written by HR experts -- who tend to believe deeply in the value of a particular type of pre-hire assessment (or the damage caused by...

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How the DISC Profile Reveals Top Candidates

Can you pinpoint the behavioral responses that your top performing managers produce consistently and naturally? What about your top-performing salespeople? Administrative assistants? Let’s turn these questions on their heads. Can you identify the behaviors that seem...

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