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Let the Job Talk: Keys to Benchmarking a Job Well

Topic:
Let the Job Talk: Keys to Benchmarking a Job Well
Date:
August 9, 2012 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Lou Russell, CEO / President(Russell Martin & Associates)
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Description
Two critical forces are coming together to increase the chances that your hiring will be unsuccessful. One, you have too much to do already and will likely not have enough time to really do the due diligence you think is needed to pick the right candidate. Given that, you'll likely go with your 'gut', which research shows is the least effective way to hire. Two, you company needs that job filled NOW adding to the pressures. Even with the most excellent interviewing techniques, people tend to hire for very different reasons than what they fire for no matter how carefully they try not to. Learn how to add data to your process to speed it up and increase the likelihood of your success. You will learn a facilitation technique to create a job benchmark based on behavioral strengths, motivators, acumen and emotional intelligence. Then you will learn a compliant tool that allows you to identify the best fit for the job through detailed gap analysis. Add this critical tool to your hiring arsenal.
In this session, participants will learn how to:
* Identify the reasons hiring professionals tend to hire for the wrong reasons and fire for the right reasons.
* Create an accurate four prong job benchmark made up of behaviors, motivators, acumen and emotional intelligence.
* Contrast the gaps between multiple candidates and the job quickly to either pick the best candidate or continue looking.
* Avoid the cost of spending too much time on hiring and hiring the wrong person.


Who Should Participate
All HR Professionals
What You Will Learn
* Identify the reasons hiring professionals tend to hire for the wrong reasons and fire for the right reasons. * Create an accurate four prong job benchmark made up of behaviors, motivators, acumen and emotional intelligence. * Contrast the gaps between multiple candidates and the job quickly to either pick the best candidate or continue looking. * Avoid the cost of spending too much time on hiring and hiring the wrong person.
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