Announcing CAHR20 Speaker Carol Quinn
Some of the most unfathomable HR nightmares originate not necessarily from who is hired, but how they’re hired. If you’ve ever dreamed about redesigning the hiring system at your company to better reflect organizational values, you’ll want to hear Carol Quinn speak at the 2020 California HR Conference. What do you do when you realize you’ve hired the wrong person? If you don’t have the right tool for getting the results you want, you should build your own. Carol Quinn, CAHR20 mega session presenter, did just that when she invented MBI, Motivation-Based Interviewing. As Quinn became a successful recruiter, devouring all of the relevant wisdom about hiring that the world had to offer along the way, she still had to face this question periodically. Time and time again, regardless of the best practices applied in the process, she couldn’t crack the code of perfect hiring. Quinn began to look for answers outside the realm of hiring and recruiting expertise. What she found and developed from her research changed the trajectory of her life. By attending her Monday mega session at CAHR20 in Long Beach, you’ll learn her technique that can radically align your hiring process (and candidates) with your company culture by using Motivation-Based Interviewing. To get this career-impacting insight at the best rate, be sure to register before Preview prices end on Feb 14!
Get to know CAHR20 Presenter Carol Quinn
Meet Carol QuinnCarol Quinn is a best-selling author and an international speaker. Her SHRM-published book titled Motivation-Based Interviewing – A Revolutionary Approach to Hiring the Best is endorsed by Lee Cockerell, a former Executive Vice President at DISNEY, who said, “It’s the best book ever written on the topic of interviewing and hiring.” Carol is the creator of and an expert in motivation-based interviewing. She is also the author of Have The Attitude – The Thinking That Makes Great Things Happen.
An “Attitude Revolutionist”Carol describes herself as an “Attitude Revolutionist” – one who revolts against a status quo attitude and is willing to do something about it. Her passion revolves around employee engagement and organizational performance. Her goal is to help individuals and organizations move past the facade of perceived powerlessness and awaken the great power to improve our experiences.
Register for CAHR20 Today!August 30 – September 2, 2020 in Long Beach, California
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