You’ve narrowed the field to three or four superb candidates. To choose the best one, give each of them a tour of your facility. Watch how they meet and greet your colleagues. If they sound “up” with executives but less enthused about the mail room clerk, that’s a red flag. It’s also normal for a top candidate to ask questions and be slightly overwhelmed because it’s tough to process so much information at once. That’s why candidates who profess complete understanding should raise your guard.
The entire manager/employee relationship is based on one thing: communication. Yet most managers don’t talk to their staff enough … don’t know what to talk about … or don’t know how to have the necessary conversations to motivate and improve performance....Click here to find out more.