HIRING WINNING TALENT
�It's really critical that our new hires �hit the ground running.' We invest a lot of time and energy to make that happen. So why do we still end up with hires that don't perform or fit in? There must be a better way.�
A successful hiring process doesn't start with the job posting and doesn't end when a candidate has been selected. Before an open position is advertised, an efficient and consistent hiring process must be in place. That process will enable a manager to identify the job competencies, build the interview questions, and develop the hiring strategy required to win a really qualified new employee who performs well and fits in from day one.
For over 20 years, we've helped thousands of organizations equip managers with the skills and tools they need to succeed. Our experience has proven that a manager's ability to understand and participate in a structured hiring process has a direct impact on business results. Without a process in place managers devote too much time to interviews and too little time to interview preparation and the selection process itself.
Hiring Winning Talent provides the processes and tools required to master the art and science of identifying and winning great new employees - those that will perform in the top 20%.
Delivery Option: Classroom
Hiring Winning Talent enables managers to implement a structured process that can really streamline and empower successful hiring. The program also focuses on the key skills required to interview candidates and ways to build team cohesion by involving team members in the hiring initiative.
This 1-day workshop is designed for 6�18 participants. The workshop includes:
- Defining What You're Looking For � the position description, job competencies, and questioning strategies
- Planning the Interview � hiring strategy, sourcing, resume screening, the interview team, great reasons to work here
- Conducting the Interview � an appropriate climate, conducting the interview, responding to challenging interviewee questions
- Making the Selection � decision-making guidelines, evaluating candidates, communicating with candidates