Can a crosswalk help you find key talent?

11/23/2009 | OPEN Forum blogs

If you don't have time to interview someone, you can judge whether the person would be a good fit for your company by observing how they cross the street, writes Guy Kawasaki. According to the "I Hate People" authors, crossing the street fearlessly, meandering or "hugging the curb" and playing it safe can tell you a lot about potential workplace performance, he writes.

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