Dec

12

2017

Just like many other positions, project managers get better when they have cultivated skills that enable them to perform their job in a competent manner. Another part of the equation is experience. Inexperienced project managers may make certain mistakes that seasoned veterans have learned to avoid....

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Dec

9

2017

We have previously said that interviewing is an art form. It takes just as much skill on the part of the interviewer as it does for the interviewee. Let’s look at this a bit more. Pulled in too Many Directions How often have you scheduled interviews in the middle of a busy day? Maybe you have a million...

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Dec

8

2017

Think of each member of a company as a piece of a puzzle. With each piece you get a small glimpse into the image that makes up the entire puzzle. When each person is positioned just so, the picture becomes clear enough for everyone to see. This is the objective in getting your new team member focused. Channeling...

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Dec

7

2017

Once you’ve hired a new team member, the orientation process begins. Not only do they need to be acquainted with their particular job but also with the company. They can focus on their duties better when the preliminaries are out of the way. Move Steady but Consistently Getting a new hire, up...

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Dec

6

2017

The biggest part is over. You have interviewed each candidate that has applied for the available position. You have their answers to your questions, their resumes and any other notes about observations that you have taken. It is time to select the right person to hire. It is Time to Choose At this point,...

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Dec

5

2017

As you work with your new team member to acquaint them with the company, get them up to speed and assist them with gaining and remaining focused on the goal, remember that road blocks can crop up at any time. Here are five speed bumps to watch out for with your team member. The Reason we are Here Why...

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Dec

4

2017

A new person has joined your team. Either you have hired them from the outside or you have chosen a current employee for promotion. In both cases, an orientation is needed to put them on the right path towards success in this new endeavor. We will reveal three steps that are useful for getting that new...

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Dec

3

2017

The chance to meet with your job candidates one on one is crucial. What transpires between you and each interviewee will assist with determining if that person is suitable to fill the job available. Keep reading to find out four types of interview questions to add to your interviewing model. A Scary...

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Dec

2

2017

As with any process, there are certain road blocks to avoid. Here, we call them speed bumps. When it comes to the hiring process, there are a variety of ways to become derailed. Here are four very good examples of hiring speed bumps. We will identify them and show you how to get over them carefully and...

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Dec

1

2017

Every employer wants to hire well. You may be surprised to know that there is more to the process than previously believed. Here are three important steps to assist with hiring the best talent for the position available. Talent? Yes, we said talent. What information do most resumes cover for your job...

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