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.
Look for these qualities when hiring or reviewing your current staff, or risk dysfunction running rampant at your company.
Starting a Business
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That candidate with the long resume may be appealing, but the individual with leadership skills will serve your company better in the long term.
Unless you want to run that business yourself forever, start appreciating people who aren't interested in being entrepreneurs but will work for one.
The former View host has made it her business to help companies make it easier to get qualified, diverse employees.
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Motivation and Retention
The same traits entrepreneurs seek in young talent are also the traits that make it most difficult to retain them.
When you start a business and are in need of help, it's easy to run to the nearest emotionally charged people in your life to help out. Well, don't.
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Businesses that value employee satisfaction have no problems keeping their customers happy.