The secrets to building a winning talent strategy
Creating an effective talent strategy can improve the employee experience, raise retention rates, and future-proof your business.
3 powerful reasons to collect and apply behavioral data
Looking to create a “dream workplace” for your people? Behavioral data gives you the power to do so—and here are three reasons why.
Better Work, Better World back in action: PI tops G2’s list again
The Predictive Index was once again ranked No. 1 in five mid-market categories by G2, the world’s leading tech marketplace.
How to create a talent management strategy
Find out how to create a talent management strategy and why it can transform your business. Includes detailed instructions and examples.
Hiring for the head and the heart: Why team building isn’t all about experience
With the Great Resignation still churning around us, you may be asking yourself—where do I find the right employees? They may be right under your nose.
Looking for a Human Resources Manager? Use these interview questions to nail the hire.
Perhaps your behavioral target indicates this person needs to be good at initiating contact, documenting communication. They should also act with integrity and support others. Here are five questions you might ask to hone in on this target candidate.
Looking for a Customer Success Representative? Start with these interview questions.
Let’s say your behavioral target indicates this person should be calm, understanding, personable – but also capable of troubleshooting complex situations. Here are five questions you might ask to hone in on the target candidate:
Looking for a Customer Success Manager? Try these interview questions.
To nail your CSM hire, you’ll need to look beyond just skills and resume. You want to focus on ideal workplace behaviors, and you’ll need to ask the right questions to ensure the person you choose will exhibit those behaviors.