"Start with good people, lay out the rules, communicate with your employees, motivate them and reward them. If you do all those things effectively, you can't miss." - Lee Iacocca
The best candidates aren’t responding to traditional tactics, they’re slipping through the net and we need to be more proactive to connect with them.
‘Out-of-the-box’, creative recruitment campaigns have helped some companies interact in an unique way with candidates and send their application processes viral.
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Make your employees Happy on Job!
In their landmark book, First Break All The Rules: What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently , Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman list twelve important questions. When employees answered these questions positively, their responses were true indicators of whether people were happy and motivated at work.
One of these key questions was, "Do you have a best friend at work?" Liking and enjoying your coworkers are hallmarks of a positive, happy work experience. Take time to get to know them. You might actually like and enjoy them. Your network provides support, resources, sharing, and caring.
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Finding the leaders for today and tomorrow
Great companies are built when vision and execution come together to produce something special. For the vision, companies rely on attracting and retaining high performing executives.
They look for seasoned professionals who make a positive, fundamental impact on business performance. They want people who not only see the destination, but can map the course and inspire others to follow.
Find the right people and you’ll succeed. Get it wrong and you may find yourself undoing generations of success. There’s really no room for error in today’s competitive climate.
Our toolkit can help you avoid this.
Workshops for your company
Courses for Leaders/Managers:
Becoming a Leader;
Leading during Change and Transition;
Leading Teams through Conflict;
HR Leadership Foundations Series:
Hiring New Staff;
Coaching and Developing Staff;
Managing Performance and Behavior;