"True leaders understand that their responsibility is to take care of their people, just like a parent: to see them gain skills, to put them in situations where they get to discover more than they though they were capable of."
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You can go through the traditional way of hiring: "Show us your resume", "Tell us your biggest weakness" etc.
But it is better to treat the hiring process like a marriage: get to know your candidates, go out for lunch with them, figure our if you want to hang out with them and see if they fit into your already created company culture.
When we hire, we tend to hire by someone's resume and skill and their past results. And we hire also by how good their are at interviewing.
Most companies hire too quickly.
And if you do that, make sure that everybody has at least a six-month trial, for you to test them out and for them to test you out. This way, you can know them in real time, when you're doing actual work.
True leadership doesn't happen when we're in charge; it happens when we take care of those in our charge.
Leaderships is one of the most misunderstood responsibilities in business.
Many people confuse leadership with rank or authority.
Hiring, according to top corporate leaders, should not just be the standard job interview, which has become predictable and routine, but something creative and challenging.
One has to find new ways to find out how a person thinks, taking them out of their ‘seat of comfort’. Allowing candidates to speak their mind, or providing them challenging situations to work on can be a better indicator of their employability.
Companies, teams and individual achievers are sharply focused on achieving goals. But this focus on completion often limits the scope of the results and stifles innovation.
There is a time and place for problem-solving efficiency. But the regularity and pervasiveness of expansive thinking will actually solve problems you haven't yet identified, bringing greater efficiency, and giving you more time to execute big ideas.
The entrepreneurial spirit is one of those characteristics in work and life that you can't teach - they form from within and over time, they become part of who we are.
It develops in the individuals who demonstrate a true passion for building something great from nothing as they are willing to push themselves to the limits to achieve big goals.
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