Finding great talent is hard enough. Companies of all sizes configure their hiring process to be an obstacle course for candidates: dodge the curve balls, skip the tripwires, and you'll land the gig. Tell us if this sounds familiar: hiring managers looking for red flags, asking questions like they're middle school teachers, and generally trying to sound smart.
Now picture this: an interview process that makes it sound like the hiring manager is looking for your strengths instead of your weaknesses. We can't guarantee we'll always live up to that standard -- it is human nature to be cautious interviewers and think conventionally. But we will always try!
Albert Einstein once said: "most teachers waste their time by asking questions that are intended to discover what a pupil does not know, whereas the true art of questioning is to discover what the pupil does know or is capable of knowing.” We don't want to ever sound like teachers -- not in an interview and not in our day-to-day work. But we will always try to discover what you know and what you are capable of knowing.