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There are a lot of qualities you look for when hiring managers—functional expertise, strategic thinking skills, a knack and interest for developing people, leadership qualities. If you peel the onion back on leadership qualities, there are several things you look for. Two that are really important to me are charisma and passion…and sometimes these can be difficult to ascertain in an interview setting, so creating interview questions designed to under cover these traits is important.
Most hiring managers believe that putting the word out about an open position means posting it on their own website or on a big job board like Monster. Both options are valid and useful resources, but if that’s all you’re using to find potential hires, you’re seriously limiting your talent pool.
You can start to build a better staff by tweaking your own management style, creating an environment that attracts the type of employees you most desire, and simply understanding what motivates people. Check out these 10 tips.
Thirteen percent of marketing and advertising executives plan to add full-time staff in the next three months, according to The Creative Group Hiring Index for Marketing and Advertising Professionals, and 3% forecast reductions in personnel. Most respondents, 80%, expect to …
The hiring process starts when a need is identified. This is one of the most critical parts of the process—where your future coworker’s role is defined. If the need is not clearly defined, there will be difficulties when candidate review and selection is taking place, adding time, effort and expense to the whole process. Not to mention headaches. Ouch.