How to Hire the Correct People

One of the biggest challenges any business owner or managing director has is hiring the right people.”Without brilliant employees who deal your vision and work ethical code your business sector is not going anywhere.So how do you find the “right” employee?

We’ve all seen hiring the “wrong” person. It’s a nightmare. Hiring mistakes costs money, time and worse can easily smash your business and your health! A recent view in Forbes Job Magazine Publisher disclosed, “Hiring the wrong person is the brilliant cause of business unsuccessful person in the USA”. For most employers it’s a lottery, hire someone and hope it works out.

What if you had a tool that could tell you in advance of hiring, if the candidates applying have the right position and behavioural style to do that job successfully.

People can do most jobs if they are certified and skilled for that position. However some people have a more natural aptitude for a particular type of job. Their behavioural way closely matches the job and as a result, they do better, are less uneasy, can’t wait to get to work, are glowing and stay with you longer. The ideal employee! These are the people you need to hire..

Which Behavioural Way Are You?

Four dominant styles specify everyones behaviour Whilst we are all different, our behavioural habits and style are more predicable than we think. We each have a dominant style and this determines how we manage at work, at home, in our relationships, how we pass along and importantly what careers we are best acceptable to.

D – Drivers. These are people who want to get affairs complete. Involved and fast paced, more participating in tasks than relationships. Often strong willed and very assertive, they push to have things done their way.

P – Promoters. These are people who want to be observed. Active and fast pace they are relationship minded rather than tasks. Often very verbal, chatty, friendly and usually awesome. Do things more intuitively.

S – Sponsors. These are the people who want to get along. Very social and relationship oriented and not as vocal or enthusiastic as Promoters. Very steady, work lazier, great team players, amiable, want to help, show interest and want take care of everyone.

A – Administrators. These are people who want to get it right. Task oriented, not big on relationships, not very social and don’t express their feelings. Very analytical, limited and risk averse. They work at a slower more methodical pace and are less self-asserting and less talkative.

Each style has it’s own behavioural patterns. Some styles don’t get along, others are more suited to each other.

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