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Interviewing with Style

Interviewing someone for a job isn’t rocket science, but there are some things that can help improve the procedure. Working on your interview style will benefit you and your company, creating good employer branding, and facilitating the recruitment process, especially if you interview alot.

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10 Most Important Work Skills In 2020?

2020. Four years away.

Do you agree with this infographic from

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Why You Should Think Like A Professional Fisherman When Recruiting


Picture this:

A person is going fishing for the first time. Let’s call him Pete. Pete has no real clue what fish he wants, where to find it and what bait to use. So he goes to the most obvious place just outside the harbour where he sees many others fishing. And he uses the cheap, standard bait he bought and then wishes for the best. Read More…

Why You Should Use Recruitment As Employer Branding

Smart companies realize that their recruitment activities are in fact golden opportunities for employer branding, and not just finding a new hire.

Job adverts, candidate handling, interviews, feedback etc. are all great opportunities to market yourself as a company – and actually not just as an employer. Read More…

Meditation Rebuilds The Brain’s Gray Matter

meditateTest subjects taking part in an 8-week program of mindfulness meditation showed results that astonished even the most experienced neuroscientists at Harvard University.  The study was led by a Harvard-affiliated team of researchers based at Massachusetts General Hospital, and the team’s MRI scans documented for the very first time in medical history how meditation produced massive changes inside the brain’s gray matter. Read More…

Are You Checking References Ethically?

snappa-1448565866I’m pretty sure most hiring managers use reference checks as a part of the recruitment process. I’m not so sure that all of them have heard of, or thought about the term ’good recruitment practice’ (god rekryteringssed in Swedish). In short, it’s a standard that ensures good ethics and methods when recruiting. Read More…

Företagen Som Vågar Ta In Nytt Blod

Nytt_blod_nucreativesUnder mina 10+ år som rekryterare har jag kommit i kontakt med många företag, varav en stor andel varit och är mycket framgångsrika.

Det finns såklart en hel del aspekter som skiljer de företag som blir ledande, från de som inte når lika långt, men jag har i denna artikel valt att fokusera på en specifik sak – hur de tänker då de tar in nya personer i företaget. Read More…

The Art of Building a Future-Proof Marketing Team


On October 12th, I visited Inbound Day 2015 – an event hosted by Zooma, packed with substantial lectures on Inbound Marketing. One of the lecturers – Hanna Nätt-Falkäng from iStone – talked about how she went about when facing the challenge of building an inbound marketing team from scratch, needing to define completely new roles and skillsets, and what steps she took to succeed with the mission. Read More…

Disrupt Your Career, and Yourself


Whitney Johnson, author of Disrupt Yourself, talks about the big risks we secretly want to take. Listen here.

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Source: Harvard Business Review

Swedens Best Recruiter?

Very honoured to be a part of the list over Swedens 50 best recruiters! Thanks to those who nominated me and to HR Sverige who made the survey.

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Draw Your World with The Unfinished Swan

On the 24th of October, The Unfinished Swan will be released through the Playstation Network. A game that ought to appeal to the more artistic audience. The first thing that meets the player is a blank, white screen. An empty canvas to be filled with your drawing of the world. Read More…

Classical Painter Joakim Ericsson Explores the Digital Medium

Last year, I went to the Florence Academy of Art in order to get better at drawing. One of my teachers, Joakim Ericsson, is a classical painter as well as the academic director of the schools’ Swedish branch. Formerly, he was a student of the Norwegian painter Odd Nerdrum. Read More…