5 Hiring Tips from a Troublemaking Employee

5 Hiring Tips from a Troublemaking Employee Avatar Posted by dhennessy under Human Resources
From http://experts.allbusiness.com 1049 days ago
Made Hot by: whitehatseo on June 25, 2013 4:57 am
Many small business owners struggling with bad employee behavior. Small business expert Ellen Rohr shares five tips for transforming a troublemaker into a superstar.



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Written by MyNoteTakingNerd
1043 days ago

#1 Ellen's list made me think of this hiring guideline I learned from my mentor, Eben Pagan, who's sold over $100 million dollars worth of information products and seminars and coaching programs.

He recommends that you . . .

Only Hire Super Stars With A Proven Track Record For Getting Things Done

“Superstars work for impact, not for money.”

This is what Eben Pagan learned from Eric Schmidt, the bazillionaire from Google.

Money is not a superstar’s ultimate consideration. Superstars want to affect change and watch something incredible blossom from their effort.

When hiring, you want to hunker down and start settling for only the best – the DRIVERS who welcome the idea of taking responsibility and cherish the idea of delivering results.

This is COMPLETELY different from the person who just wants to get through their day and is seeking work just so they don’t end up being homeless.

And beware the smooth talkers.

Smooth talkers are not usually smooth doers and smooth doers are not usually smooth talkers.



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