As your business moves from the start up to the second stage, you will find your business can only grow if you leverage yourself. That means you may need to add to your team.
Yet, hiring someone is one of the more tricky aspects of running a business. According to Forbes magazine, almost 46% of new hires fail within just 18 months.
While there is no perfect way to select a new member, many business owners make hiring decisions based on their gut feel. Your team is too important an investment to take that kind of hit-or-miss approach.
There are ways to improve the odds that your final selection of your new team member is the right one. One of the first steps that I recommend to my Excellerate Success Institute clients is to look at how the job functions.
Let’s assume you wanted to hire a receptionist or assistant. This is the first person your clients will speak to or see upon a call or visit. They are your company’s first impression.
They can make or break a relationship with your client. So, you want to make sure you have the best fit and that means assessing the position.
Most business owners often underestimate how their receptionist will function.
Natural wiring can tell you how they
Human hardwiring goes far deeper than what we learn by reading a resume or assessing from an interview. Understanding how your position functions and how a candidate is wired are essential puzzle pieces that, when put together, increase your odds of a successful hire.
Originally Posted on Linked In By: Lisa Mininni
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