When you understand the specific Advantages your company is lacking in, you can begin to fill those gaps with people that will bring the most value.
Use the Fascination advantage Assessment, and these handy cheat sheets, to help you make your next hire.
You probably already recognize strengths. If you want more value from your team, start to recognize differences.
In the HR hiring process, the sheer crushing volume of resumes favors people who know how to look good on paper—yet often, the best hire will be the quietly methodical communicator who doesn’t radiate charisma in an interview, or the pragmatic detail manager whose Advantages don’t always shine on a job application. It’s understandable that business owners will unintentionally hire to replicate themselves.
This can lead to imbalanced teams and conflicted cultures. It’s difficult for members of a team to each add their highest value, if nobody knows each other’s highest value in the first place.
Now I give people the assessment so I can read their report and see who they are—even before I interview them. During an interview, I spend less time looking at the resume than the Fascination Advantage report. – Sally Hogshead in How the World Sees You
Purchase the Fascination Advantage Assessment
Send the assessment invite to your candidates
Review their results (in your account) before you set up the interview. Each report will show you how your candidate will add their highest distinct value.
Do you want a quick reference sheet for how each personality operates in the work place? Download the “How Personalities Take Action” cheat sheet.
Do you need a skillful negotiator for your company? Maybe you need someone who has excellent organizational skills to be your next assistant. Download this cheat sheet to see some sample recommendations for your specific needs.