"I would not expect somebody to be 105% dedicated to his or her career and nothing else. I'm not entirely sure that's sustainable. For example, our employees have a healthy respect for their communities, families and work. I think they're so good at their work because they have that dedication to their community and their family. That's what you get out of college. You begin to start developing some discipline, some organizational skills, some independence; and you start to find the things you want to be committed and dedicated to. I don't look for somebody to be the world's smartest person in this or that technical discipline. I really look to see whether or not they have the kind of attitude or approach to a whole myriad of things that demonstrates a level of discipline, dedication and commitment."