In Good to Great, Jim Collins taught us that we need to get the right people in the right seats. In small business, the seats are fairly standard: President, General Manager, Sales Manager, Operations Manager, Finance Manger…There are industry-specific variations on this theme but those five titles represent the foundational core to most businesses with… Read more »
Missed Part 1 or 2 of our series? Check out Finding the Talent Pool for Your Tribe and Finding The One. Most leaders have the best of intentions at the start of the recruiting process, thinking that when this person comes onboard, this time things will be different. You will teach him everything he needs… Read more »
If you consider your people one of your business’s greatest assets, then finding and retaining exceptional managers is a very high priority for you. Those who achieve success in this quest acknowledge that a great manager will pay dividends for many years, and finding a great manager is a time consuming process.
How many times have you thought: “If we just find the right people, everything else will fall into place.” A good hire can add hundreds of thousands of dollars to your bottom line, and a great hire transforms that one-time bump into an annuity paying dividends year after year. But how will you find that great hire?