Before getting started on the team composition article please make sure to go back and read the first article: Shifting the Performance Curve Introduction and second article; Shifting the Performance Curve Selection Techniques.
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Many of our clients and candidates are struggling with a forced adoption of remote work. We thought it would be a good idea to speak with a friend of ours, Hordur Freyr Yngvason, who works at the world's largest all-remote company Gitlab, on everything from hiring to onboarding, day 1, water cooler chats and working in an all remote environment. If you are interested in receiving more content like this in the future please subscribe here. Without further ado, let's see what he had to say.
Today we continue the conversation on the Planet4iT method on shifting the performance curve.
If you missed the first article in the series it can be found here.
Over the coming weeks we are going to be releasing a five part article series detailing some of the proprietary metrics we use to help our clients hire the best talent for their teams. I encourage those interested to follow our Linkedin page to ensure you do not miss any of the future installments. If you would prefer the entire five part series can be downloaded right now on our Performance Metrics page. Shifting performance works hand in hand with Behavioural Interview assessments, you can learn more about that here. Lastly, if you are interested in scheduling a consult you can do so here. Without further ado, please enjoy.
Let's say right off the top - Technologies are boring. Can you make them more exciting? Probably not, but you can make them less boring. I have seen resumes with a page of technologies, each one listed on a different line. By the time I am halfway through them my brain is going "blah blah blah". How do you catch the employers eye and highlight your technical skills at the same time? Try these simple tips.