Why is it that some managers seem to always find good employees? Why are those few managers so blessed and why do so many others struggle to find those good employees.
That answer is in the answer to this question: when do you start hiring your next employee?
What was your immediate response? Was it, as soon as I know someone is leaving? Was it as soon as we get the permission from the boss or HR ?
The real answer is, you start hiring your next employee as soon as you hire this one.
Yes, most of you agree. But how does this process work for you?
Each member of your team is dependent upon each other member of your team as well as upon the supervisors and managers of those teams. Each member is given value and responsibility based upon how their team culture is developed. And based upon how you encourage and reward your team is how your team grows and how you will find your next great employee.
Many managers think they will find good employees and great employees from the talent pool that is either offered via their company or through agencies they utilize.
But the really great employees come from the recommendations of your current employees. It is their constant accolades and banter that tell others how good a place your department or organization is to work for. Great employees are always looking to work for great managers and companies that will promote and encourage their success.
It is how you treat all of your current employees that will bring you additional great employees. It is the words your current employees use to describe their organization and manager that have others waiting for an opening. The new employees coming to your department are because of the people that you make feel valued.
There are numerous methods and tactics that will help you become a great manager, because great managers are made not born, are gleaned from other Great Manager articles, additional books and further training.
Where you will find your next great employee will be from your own staff and the recommendations they make to other top quality potential employees.
Steve Sapato- the most famous unfamous speaker in America and trainer of Great Managers. firstname.lastname@example.org