Civilian business and organizational leaders are looking for the best talent they can find, but they are also looking for those they hire to have an even better attitude. This is typically easier said than done; however, there are numerous strategies employers use to ensure they are attracting the best and brightest prospects to join their team. Getting the Right Benefits Package In addition to
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Of all the characteristics you will read about in Everyday Leader Heroes, perhaps the most common is that everyday leader heroes have a unique insight to see and help develop character in others. Perhaps since they have been through a number of life’s challenges and have learned from the “school of hard-knocks,” they have self-reflected, self-assessed, and self-corrected a number of times, learning more
Leaders who have the responsibility of hiring new employees want to hire the perfect person for the job, but few of them put enough time and thought into identifying and ensuring that a new hire is a ‘good fit’ for the organization. If it turns out that a new employee is having difficulty, there is often a slow process of either trying to improve
Ask yourself the following questions and give serious thought to your answers: · In the last week, whom have I tried to inspire, motivate, or positively influence? · What are my dreams for myself and for others around me? What am I doing to accomplish them? · Do I look at my life as being half empty, half full, or overflowing with
People are watching even the small things their leaders do. With that in mind, ask yourself: Is timeliness important to me? If not, it should be. After all, you can’t expect others to do something you’re not willing to do yourself. Make it a point this week to arrive 5-10 minutes early everywhere you need to be. If you have been chronically late in
Tip #2 for Hiring a New Employee Before hiring, provide what the expectations are for the new employee in 30, 60, & 90-days in regards to work to complete and how they will need to get along with other employees. Chance favors the prepared, thus leaving nothing to chance!