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Sometimes you hire a person having a feeling that they are perfect for a particular position. But then, after several months, it turns out that you were wrong.
Partly it’s because people can mind their P’s and Q’s for the first 30-90 days, maybe even the first six months. But after that, they get comfortable and start showing some true colors.
However, it’s also because when hiring someone you envision what they could be developed into – and that’s where you can make huge mistakes.
That’s exactly what I’m discussing with this week’s Coaching Uncut client.
Tune in for this episode and find out what things you can overlook when hiring new people to your team and how to recognize if someone is a good fit for a specific position.
In our Coaching Uncut Series, we take you behind the scenes and show you the coaching I do with my clients so you can learn right along with them! All of these coaching calls have been recorded with permission, and the sound quality may vary.
When employees start showing their true colors (00:50)
Looking back from this position – key things you overlooked during the hiring practice (03:00)
What specific things did you pick up on in both the team and the leader? (05:44)
Korean language issue and ignoring 95% clientele (07:28)
Sometimes, it’s hard for men to take direction from women (11:16)
Hiring for vision, not for the position (12:14)
Hiring the right person for the right role (13:59)
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