The chief executive of the Business Talent Group says it’s important to tell prospective hires about both the positives and negatives of the work.
Kim Wittfeld's insight:
"I think you want optimistic people who are problem solvers, not problem spotters. It’s easy to analyze what’s wrong, but if you come in and say, “I have an idea; here’s something we can do,” that’s so wonderful. You want people who give you energy, and not take energy from you."
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