People who are “themselves” at work are more likely to love what they do – and do it well.
Some think we can be a different person on the job. At what cost? And why would we want to be?
People decisions are too important to make without important information like who they are i.e. their traits, natural motivators and communication style. Without this information, we are gambling with the odds against us and too much at stake.
An intro to some practical steps and ideas for creating a plan that will help your company grow.
In hiring, everyone starts with resumes – good information, but not enough – and not the most important insights you need to make the right decision. What’s missing? Why does it matter? What can be done about it?
We are the least intentional about the most important part of the hiring process – knowing the person behind the resume. We shouldn’t be surprised when it turns out “they weren’t right for the job.” Fortunately, there is a way to figure this out before we invest our valuable time and effort in recruitment.