Hire leaders for what they can do, not what they have done

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As Josh Bersin & Tomas Chamarro-Premuzic write, “it’s time to rethink the notion of leadership” in order to overcome the decades-long truth behind the rule of The Peter Principle that “competent people are promoted until they reach a position that is above their skill level, at which point they cease to grow .”

In their HBR article, Bersin & Chamarro-Premuzic pinpoint three questions organizations and businesses should center in their hiring process when looking to fill leadership roles:

Does the candidate have the skills to be a high-performing contributor or the skills to be an effective leader? Can I really trust

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