Five Keys to Better Candidates and Better Hires

Presented by

Jennifer Leake CMC, Founder, Assessment Pros LLC and Suzanne Paling, Founder, Sales Management Services

About this talk

When Alice in Wonderland asked the Cheshire cat "Which way should I go from here?", he replied, "If you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there." The same holds true in hiring. When you fail to consider key factors in what you are looking for in an employee, the likelihood of hiring the wrong person increases substantially. Register for this webinar to: - Learn 5 keys for reducing the chance of a bad hire - Tap into knowledge from current and past hires to gain key hiring information - Understand the importance that job fit and job descriptions play in the hiring process Jennifer Leake CMC, Founder of Assessment Pros LLC has helped clients for over 20 years in their quest to avoid the costs of a wrong hire. It's vital to hire the right people because you can't train your way out of it when it happens, and the best product, processes or sales tools won't produce results if you don't have the right people in the job to begin with. Her 3-part "People System" creates high performing Employee Engagement with the right hires, on-going coaching and feedback and bosses people want to work for. Suzanne Paling, Founder of Sales Management Services, provides sales management consulting and coaching to company presidents, owners, entrepreneurs and business executives seeking to increase revenue by improving their sales organization’s performance. She has helped more than 55 companies hire qualified, motivated sales people and sales leaders and create an on-boarding process to help those new employees succeed. Suzanne is the author of two award-winning books “The Sales Leader’s Problem Solver” and “The Accidental Sales Manager”.

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