Peter Schutz once said higher character trained skill. And Henry David Thorough tells us, do not hire a man who does your work for money, but him who does it for the love of it.
Hiring new employees is one of the most important responsibilities in your business. If you buy a bad printing machine, you can replace it. If you choose a bad office building, you can move. But when you bring another human being onto your team, you are introducing something into your company's DNA that will have direct and long-lasting impacts on your team, your reputation, and your entire corporate world.
There’s little room for bad choices here. So how do we get this right? The first time? How do we make sure we are hiring talented people who are not simply good at their job, but who have personal attributes that will positively impact our workplace? In this 27 minutes course, we are going to show you how to do exactly that!