People naturally want to put their best foot forward but, sometimes, you really need to know what that other foot is all about.
Stranger are often easier to manage and -- if needed -- fire.
"Tap the brakes" if you're hiring before you know what you're hiring for.
Along with a sellable product or service, organized systems and effective leadership, having the right employees is crucial to the overall success of a company. .
You want the interview to feel like a friendly conversation, even though it is as nerve wracking for you and for the candidate.
Many companies make themselves unattractive to job seekers, then complain they can't find the talent they need.
Who you hire casts the foundation for your company's success, so make sure you're asking questions that reveal a candidate's emotional intelligence.
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When the resume doesn't match the job you have the chance to hire someone who has found their passion, unless they just don't understand what they are getting into.
Hiring is high-stakes. Knowing your own strengths is the key to recognizing the right person.
Your executive hires are just as important as your co-founders.
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