7 Steps to a Successful Hiring Process by John Cullens
Whom You Work for Matters to Your Success By Marcel Schwantes, Inc.com
Most hiring mistakes are a result of a flawed hiring process or mistakes made during the process. So, you can have a good hiring process but make mistakes during one or more of the steps, the results will be the same, a no hire or worse, a bad hire.
Here are the 7 key steps to an effective hiring process based on 35 years in the search industry.
February's Market: Volatility, Geopolitics And Earnings Are On Watch by JJ Kinahan, Forbes.com
Warren Buffett Says Whom You Work for Matters to Your Success. Here's a Perfect Example of Such a Leader
The Case for Executive Assistants by Melba J. Duncan, Harvard Business Review
February could bring a heaping plate of geopolitical drama to markets around the world, potentially helping to end a brief calm that settled over January.
Executive Assistants Are Superheroes Without The Cape by Dan Pontefract, Forbes.com
At very senior levels, the return on investment from a skilled assistant can be substantial. In reality, good assistants save their bosses much more than that. They ensure that meetings begin on time with prep material delivered in advance. They optimize travel schedules and enable remote decision making, keeping projects on track. As Robert Pozen writes in this issue: A top-notch assistant “is crucial to being productive.”
Your Network May Help You Reach Your Goals by Inc.com
No matter the firm, business unit, or team, it is the executive assistants and support personnel who are the real heroes, the unsung makers of order. They are the lifeline to anyone and everyone in the organization.
In Recruiting, Everything Old Is New Again by Jeff Hyman, Forbes.com
Once you determine what goals will be a priority for you in the new year and why you want to meet them, determine the steps you'll need to take, and develop an action plan. Don't forget the one thing most people forget to include in their action plan: who can help you achieve your goals.
Quite simply, you almost certainly will have an older workforce in the future than you have today. By figuring out now how to elicit greater contributions from older workers than your competitors, you will gain an unfair advantage.