Hiring Tools

Hiring Tools

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Suggested Readings:

Our suggested readings below contain books that have inspired and influenced CEO’s across the globe and many of the books have been on the New York Times Best Seller List.

  • "Topgrading: How Leading Companies Win by Hiring, Coaching and Keeping the Best People" by Bradford D. Smart "Great companies are made, not born. The secret is hiring the right people — the "A" players. This is, of course, easier said than done. Statistically, half of all employment situations result in a mis-hire. And, with the cost of a mis-hire at twenty-four time salary, the financial drain can be staggering."
  • "Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don’t " by Jim Collins Good to Great by Jim Collins: Chapter 3 title "First Who Then What" — " To be clear, the main point of this chapter is not just about assembling the right team–that’s nothing new. The main point is to FIRST get the right people on the bus (and the wrong people off the bus) BEFORE you go figure out where to drive it. The second key point is the degree of SHEER RIGOR needed in people decisions in order to take a company from good to great."… Jim Collins
  • "Straight from the Gut" by Jack Welch, John A. Byrne "Change doesn’t come from a slogan or a speech. It happens because you put the right people in place to make it happen. People first. Strategy and everything else next… Getting the right people in the right jobs is a lot more important than developing a strategy… We had great plans for ultrasound, but we never could make them happen until we found the perfect person…"
  • "Impending Crisis - Too Many Jobs Too Few People" by Roger E. Herman, Thomas G. Olivo , Joyce L. Gioia "There’s a dangerously growing shortage of skilled workers to fill jobs. Projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics forecast a shortage of 10 Million workers by the year 2010… Because so few corporate leaders are fully aware of their predicament, executives who do prepare… will lead their organizations to a bright future; those who ignore the threat risk dangerous vulnerability."