Hiring Smart!

How to Predict Winners and Losers in the Incredibly Expensive People-Reading Game

By Pierre Mornell; Regan Dunnick (Illustrator); Kit Hinrichs (Designed by)
(Ten Speed Press, Paperback, 9781580085144, 240pp.)

Publication Date: October 7, 2003

Other Editions of This Title: Hardcover

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Now in Paperback!People are the most valuable asset in today's fiercely competitive workplace. In HIRING SMART, now available in paperback for the first time, Dr. Mornell delineates 45 simple strategies for "people reading"-observing a candidate's behavior and predicting what they'll be like in the workplace-that virtually guarantee hiring the best possible candidate for any job.

  • An authoritative guide to hiring job candidates from one of the world's leading experts in human resource development.
  • The hardcover edition has been translated into eight languages and has sold more than 40,000 copies.



  • About the Author

    PIERRE MORNELL is a psychiatrist who helps companies evaluate and hire key people. He has lectured in IBM’s Advanced Management Seminar and International Executive Programs; has acted as the first dean of the University Faculty for the Young Presidents Organization; and has led programs at the Stanford and Harvard business schools. He has served as a consultant to the presidents of organizations as diverse as Intuit, Kinko’s, Canada’s Northern Telecom, American Gold Corporation, Hellman & Friedman, and the Institute for the Future. Currently he speaks about executive evaluation and managing change at conferences worldwide, and writes a column on hiring people for Inc. magazine.

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