If there's one thing that keeps every founder up at night, it's hiring. Hiring the best talent is a massive and never-ending challenge. It's hard to hire your first employee, it's hard to hire your 50th
Hiring managers spend countless, wasted hours, asking the wrong interview questions to determine the right job or culture fit in a candidate; many of them end up as mis-hires that hurt the bottom line.
Firing under-performing employees can be incredibly costly (one estimate puts the price tag as high as $840,00 for a mid-level manager), but keeping around mediocre hires is seriously expensive too (another
Chris had just returned from a meeting with a potential client and shared the outcome with Pat, the CEO of the company: “We really hit it off great. Our meeting was supposed to last only twenty minutes,
Each job comes with its own set of requirements, but there are a few universal things every manager looks for in an employee. To impress your manager and earn a reputation for excellence, make sure you're
In a typical meeting, people share several ideas, goals and plans. But we’re all too familiar with what often happens next: nothing. Days, even weeks go by, and no one brings their concepts to life. Virtually
Some people, regardless of what they lack—money, looks, or social connections—always radiate with energy and confidence. Even the most skeptical individuals find themselves enamored with these charming