Hiring For Results : The Right People,Teams,Potential and Fit

DO YOUR HR PEOPLE,SOURCERS AND RECRUITERS UNDERSTAND IT AT ALL TO BE ABLE TO SELECT WELL?
DO THE JOB DESCRIPTIONS AND CVs FULL OF TECHNOLOGIES,PLATFORMS,SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT CYCLES MAKE ANY SENSE?
HOW MUCH DOES THE FRONT-LINE MANAGER TRUST YOUR IT RERUITMENT?

      I listened to the HR of a Global company recently at a presentation say: “The war for talent is over and the talent has won”. Social media and all available channels are exploding with HR hiring initiatives but how effective are the actual hiring processes behind those.
      When HR understands how to collect consistent, more objective information across candidates, they’re in a much better position to evaluate candidates based on their merits and true culture fit at the company.
      What does HR look like in business outcomes for which we do not have answers.

      The workplace and its demands have changed with the impact of IT and evolution of the Knowledge worker. People are more mobile and flexible than ever with leaders and managers having their mindsets and abilities constantly challenged in attracting, positioning,developing and unleashing the very best in their organizations. Both internal HR groups and outsourced HR companies are grappling with wave after wave of change and a lack of proven strategies and processes to successfully attract,position,develop and retain organizational talent.
      A good hiring strategy has these four tenets embedded in its design,is adaptable ,culture-conscious and data-driven.
      Nothing an accelerate the growth of your business faster than hiring the right person. Similarly nothing will derail it faster than bringing in the wrong person.
      To succeed you must get really good at hiring which means having a proven system.
      This course teaches leaders,managers and HR professionals how to integrate key elements into hiring for results every single time whether for small or large teams.

        1. How to Define The Right Team
        2. Proven Questioning Tools for Leaders,HRs and Managers
        3. How to Create Powerful Job Descriptions for Each Role
        4. Having a Defined Interview Process
        5. Best Practice Hiring and Testing Tools to Balance Your Hiring Process
        6. Integrating Learning & Development Plans with Hiring and HR