How to Have Dedicated Employees

Decicated Employees

Dedicated Employees are hard working employees.

When your people know that you will guide them and trust them, they will be both more productive and more accountable.

Are you growing your staff with confidence? Are you hiring wisely? Do you have the right people in the right seats?

Whether you are getting ready to hire, or want to increase productivity, The Process workshop will tell you your Roles, your Goals, and the Controls needed to manage your people successfully.

Let's build a workplace that is efficient: things get done, and effective: the right things get done.

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A 3-part workshop, $2760.-

  1. What are the roles your business needs
  2. What are the goals your business pursues
  3. What are the controls your business measures

For a single topic assessment and plan at $950.-, select from

  1. Excellent Remote Teams
  2. Better Company Meetings
  3. How to Manage Change
  4. Employee On-boarding
  5. Hiring Wisely

Testimonials

Rebecca has been excellent. She has been able to help me move through a process that seemed overwhelming when considering on my own. I've actually seen myself achieve goals and make excellent progress in a systematic manner

Karen Armstrong

Keller Williams Realty

I have better processes for my team, so that they can be service implementors and my sales process has been completely revolutionized. ... As long as I have a business, I anticipate Rebecca being a part of it.

Heather Riggs

Atlanta Legal Marketing

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How To Ask Good Interview Questions

Interview Questions matter – having spent the last few weeks explaining competencies and their value in the hiring process, it is worth discussing how to ask the right questions during the interview process. Job interviews are difficult to handle. Candidates are nervous, anxious to please and make the right impression. Employers are hoping for a…

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How to Use Competencies

Let’s take this back where it all started: several weeks ago we talked about how challenging hiring can be.  Especially for small businesses: it is a high risk endeavor, which consumes a great deal of time and raises more uncertainties that it does answers. Problems arise early in the process, though they sometimes only become…

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How to Choose Your Competencies

Using these two groups of competencies helps to list out specific traits. There is nothing on those lists that an employer would not want in his or her workforce. But choices must be made, so how do you choose the competencies for your team? Bringing it all together What can be taught, what must be…

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Back to Hiring For Competence

I first introduced my view on Competencies in December. In the post I differentiate between what can be taught and what has to be innate, and it remains relevant to the current theme of this blog. See the full post here: Hiring for Competence.

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Examples of Professional Competencies

Professional Competencies are about getting the work done. If Basic Competencies spoke to soft skills, then Professional Competencies point to a person’s effectiveness in the day to day tasks of the job. As mentioned, these are not about a specific technical skill, rather the universal abilities to, well, get things done. The categories of Professional…

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Examples of Basic Competencies

For many years we have been struggling with the definition – and correct appreciation – of soft skills. Basic Competencies are a useful replacement. Many employers find “soft skills” too vague: when it comes to actually evaluating and choosing a new employee they prefer a material selection process; something to which they can point with…

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Competencies – What Are They

Hiring by competencies will encompass everything you need in terms of skill, behaviors and abilities. Competencies are transferrable to different environments, situations and problems, and point to superior performance and continuous improvement. So what is exactly is a competency? The word is often used interchangeably with skill or behavior, both of which are not quite correct. So…

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Technical Skill or Cultural Fit?

Neither. Equally important: Both. When hiring, most companies tend to focus on one or the other of these options as a priority. And indeed both must be considered. On the other hand, at some point you have to choose which consideration outweighs the other, and either answer presents its limitations. Technical Skill – The Good…

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Hiring Costs More Than Money

Hiring new employees can be exciting. It points to a business growth, an opportunity for change and a chance to improve the division of labor and job responsibilities. It is also both high cost and high risk. This is not a good combination. The cost of a bad hire is much more than the salary…

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Hiring for Competence

Knowing the key competencies required to work in your company is a foundational element of hiring the right people. In a post entitled Hire Wisely, we looked at the differentiating between what can be taught on the job and what the candidate has to bring with him or her already. Much of the latter comes…

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