Skills are great but you want someone who is coachable, too
Have you ever asked a recruiter about their process?
Using a lesson from The New York Yankees, I encourage you to seize the opportunity. TRANSCRIPT This is going to be a fun little video
In American professional football, when one team has a lead late in the first half or late in the game, it is common for that
Whether you’re a manager or on staff, your firm’s mission statement and core values are a reliable touchstone . . . except no one knows them.
Most employees are trained to be good sheep–they get to a point where they complain about their lives in the pen and try to do something about it.
Business sends its inexperienced HR professionals and hiring managers out to evaluate and assess talent with little more than a pep talk and a “If you screw up, it’s on you,” warning.
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