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Implementing Method Change: Manager Behaviour

In an ideal world, organizational method change is always embraced and its role in helping companies to stay relevant and competitive is recognized.  However, in reality, change is not always welcomed.  There are a number of variables that affect the success of change adoption; one the biggest is manager behaviour and willingness to lead their… read more →




Using Game Theory to Hire the Right Candidate

All organizations are on a constant lookout for quality candidates to join their team.  Talent acquisition is a time-consuming undertaking, and frequently a time-sensitive one.  To succeed in finding the right people, recruitment managers need to have a robust methodology to find quality candidates within the talent pool they have access to.  At Trindent, we… read more →




Why Hire A Consultant

Organizations across all industries and in all types of business circumstances engage consultants when they need help in problem-solving. Anyone can face business challenges, and consultants are frequently brought in to deal with things like processes that perform poorly, systems that fail to provide critical information, management bench strength that needs support, or in-house experience… read more →




Bigger Doesn’t Mean Better

Dear Prospective Candidate, During its recruitment process, Trindent Consulting is often asked about the differences between working for a small and a large consulting firm.  Usually, candidates are concerned they will not receive the same development opportunities, exposure, and training at a small firm as they would at a larger one. Rest assured that working… read more →




Dissecting Trindent’s Values for New Applicants: Passion for Solving Complex Problems

The hiring process should always be a two-way street, with both parties assessing each other to determine if there is a good mutual fit.  Today’s workforce is a lot more conscious of what their employers stand for and how they do business.  Accepting a job offer has become about much more than just making money… read more →




Using the “5 Whys Analysis” to Process Professional Feedback

We constantly receive feedback.  We hear it every day in one way or another, often unsolicited.  When done socially or in passing, criticism is easy to take lightly or brush off.  However, in a work environment, feedback can be a lot more unsettling.  We are driven to excel at our jobs, so professional feedback is… read more →




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