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Recruiting the right person for your organisation, team … is essential.


Often the person recruited has the right competences and potential but in the following months after their recruitment challenges start to show. Some challenges are skills based, some challenges reveal leadership or management deficiencies and many times challenges come from having recruited on a competence base exclusively.


If people were not competent, did not represent a potential you wouldn’t invite them for an interview in the first place right ? The real match, is not at the competence or skills level but at the values level. The values and the rules we attach to those shapes our model of the world and how we approach work, responsibility, relationships … They are so embedded in us that any attempt at changing them is bound to fail. The question therefore is to recruit someone who shares our values, the company’s values.


I help you to explicit the culture of your organisation and identify the values that shape this culture. On the basis of that, I create a specific interview questionnaire and support you in finding the right fit. Not only for you but also for them, you don’t want to hire someone who is not convinced about you and your company right ?

Your personal core values define who you are, and a company’s core values ultimately define the company’s character and brand. For individuals, character is destiny. For organizations, culture is destiny. {Tony Hsieh}