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 that you are hiring wisely? Do you know what needs to get done in your business? 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 you need to manage your people successfully.
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A 3-part workshop, $2640 + $40 per person
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
Training and Coaching are two words often used interchangeably. Most companies have some form of training, and a consequence of the confusion between these two terms, is that they do not also add a form of coaching, thinking it is all already done. Let’s start with definitions. What is the difference? Training is, in essence,…Read More