It takes ages to get and retain a good friend. You experience with them the highs and lows of life which test the ins and outs of the friendship. Befriending people is easy, but keeping the right friends takes time and effort. It is no different in recruitment. It is still about people. A company […]
Name any industry and you find a list of red tape protocols that never end. Abiding them shows your professionality. Challenging them shows your inexperience. Let’s consider the HR and recruitment industry and take a pause at its protocols. Google the word interviews, strike your keyboard and zillions of articles come up. Go to any […]
Attract, source, hire, on-board, retain, reward then fire. This is how most cloud based recruiting solutions are built and configured to secure the right talents. Accelerating the hiring process through streamlining the process to engage candidates and their management. The source of power comes from the system capability to hire the best candidates for the […]
It does not need a PHD in business to unravel the hallmarks of a leaderless organisation. Whether in private and public sectors, the symptoms are similar, easily diagnosable, but sometimes disguisable. By saying leaderless, the organisation is certainly purposeless. The most common things among such organisations are that: They are a ‘Me Too business’ and […]
A high staff turnover ratio disqualifies you and your business from using “great” to describe your leadership and even to keep using leadership. Great leadership does not operate in uncharted grey areas.
Bringing the right people into the organisation is the leaders’ job. Getting people on board who culturally fit the business culture is the leaders’ job. The leaders are all those who are involved in the recruitment process from the CEO, executive managers, recruiters, managers, supervisors and staff members. When the misfits infiltrate the ranks of […]
The cracks of the broken model of leadership first appear in most companies in the way they recruit people. It is impossible to choose like-minded and like-hearted people in one, two or three interviews where the skills’ metrics is the judge.
To practise leadership in recruitment, start using your culture as an attractive and inspiring tool to attract those who are genuinely willing to advance your mission