Dr John Sullivan

Dr John Sullivan is an internationally known HR thought-leader from the Silicon Valley who specializes in providing bold and high business impact; strategic Talent Management solutions to large corporations.

Top 8 Diversity Killers – Stealth Assessment Areas That Hurt Diversity Hiring

The diverse are often dropped after failing assessments on minor factors, not because of overt discrimination during hiring. Yes, almost every organization today sets high goals for diversity hiring. Unfortunately, I find that most fail to meet their diversity hiring goals, not because of major institutional discrimination. But instead, due to a multitude of seemingly minor “under the radar” factors. …

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Your Job Offer Process Needs Upgrading, So More Finalists Will Say Yes (Part 2 of 2 parts)

Automation will soon take over sourcing & assessment so that selling will dominate. Yes, selling will become the sole remaining competitive advantage element in the recruiting function in the future. Mostly because it’s the only element of recruiting that can’t be effectively automated. This “excellent in selling capability” must include convincing reluctant recruiting prospects to physically apply, convincing top candidates …

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EPISODE 04 | PART TWO: DR. JOHN SULLIVAN

Kathleen wraps up her conversation with Dr. John Sullivan, the globally known HR thought-leader who has been dubbed the “Michael Jordan of Hiring.” In part two, John shares why he’s not a big fan of resumes, what recruiters can look for to determine a candidate’s loyalty and resilience, and how long he expects the current talent shortage to last.

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Good Decision-Makers Are Declining, And Don’t Hire Those That Think They Are A Cow

Does your new hire make good decisions?

Good decision-making is needed in every job, but it’s declining in the population.  This “think piece” is designed to stimulate your thinking.  More bad news for most employers that are facing a scarcity of qualified talent… even in a fast-moving world, good decision-makers are needed at every job level. Be aware that the percentage of good decision-makers is likely already …

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