The job market is huge and with the rise of technology, employees have more options than ever and can now even work all over the world. So the question is, why would anyone want to work for you? If you don’t know, let me tell you…
It’s so important to work from a purpose driven space. Because purpose is less about tasks and more about your mission and the main objectives that you’re working towards.
There’s a real opportunity in the market right now to make a dent in this space because so many industries are slow to come to the party when it comes to audio. Right now, you could go to the top of the charts and 98% of industries won’t have podcasts there…and if they do, I bet it’s few and far between.
The quality of your relationships with your talent will be in direct proportion of their willingness to go above and beyond for the mission. If you don’t maintain and strengthen the bonds you have with the people who bust their balls for you, you will lose in business.
Now running negotiation firm Black Swan, Chris Voss reveals the strategies he used throughout his career in the FBI to defuse criminals and hostage-takers out of high-stake and deadly situations, and how you can use those same skills in business and in life.
You can see all the potential in the world in someone, but at the end of the day, in order for them to succeed they’ve got to see that potential in themselves.
Your team could make or lose you millions of dollars, so when it comes to hiring, it’s important to get it right. It’s sometimes easy to pick a dud, but is it possible to turn an average employee into a talented team member?
See, at some point we realised thinking short-term doesn’t work. Thinking short-term creates nothing more than enormous levels of stress.
Hint hint – It has something to do with social media…
Recruiting the right people can be very hit and miss for a lot of businesses. But the more bad hires we can prevent, the greater chance we have to not only save money but also accelerate growth by keeping the culture nice and strong. Here’s how you should recruit for performance.