When you’re ready to make your next hire, ask yourself a few questions. Are you looking for a person who will come up to speed quickly or are you looking for a person who will succeed in the long term?
Tabitha Laser, organizational design wizard, author and recent guest on our Manage Smarter podcast, likes to joke that she was born without a “mute” button. She told me she had a mute button installed.
Are you about to make an offer to a candidate who impressed all your internal interviewers? If you haven’t done complete discovery on the candidate, you might want to stop the process.
Business leaders worldwide struggle with issues like low productivity and employee turnover. It turns out one of the best ways to improve these metrics is to improve your culture.
Dr. Tony Alessandra is the author of the best selling book The NEW Art of Managing People and the Chief Visionary Officer of Assessments 24x7 LLC. In episode 12, we discuss how hiring mistakes impact a company in dollars, company morale, productivity, and customer satisfaction; the need for data to check the internal biases that all hiring decision makers have; and tips for making data-driven hiring decisions.
"Important question to get started here!" Deb Calvert said to the crowd attending the Leadership+Talent Development Summit in San Diego. "Chocolate or peanut butter?" Some shouts for chocolate rang out and some mumbles for peanut butter were sounded across the room, but when a few rogue attendees said, "both!", Calvert's eyes lit up. "Of course it's both!" she said. "They are better together!"
Wealth of management analytics data makes it easy for sales managers to keep a pulse on their teams, reducing turnover and improving bottom line SalesFuel today announced the launch of TeamKeeper, a data-driven talent retention platform for sales management. TeamKeeper leverages data to provide personalized recommendations for discovering, developing and engaging employees. The new offering […]
A study published by researchers at the Oregon State University’s College of Business points to the importance of using personality tests to screen candidates for diversive curiosity traits.