If you are anything like me, you’ve taken many profile/personality assessments in your time. And if you’ve worked for more than one company that uses the same brand of assessment tools, then you’ve taken the SAME one more than once. What did you do with the...
Today's 3 tips are about how to improve emotional intelligence. Leaders' main misconception about emotional intelligence is that they excel at it. In fact, most respondents, when asked, will assert that they have better-than-average EQ. There may be someone reading...
Mountain Mojo Group is a full-service digital marketing agency located in Flagstaff, Arizona. After three years of rollercoaster revenue and team growth, Austin and Rand decided to see if a business coach could help take their business to the next level.
For those in the professional HR world, they would be the first to say that there are ‘many factors’ weighed when making hiring decisions. The following are some thoughts, suggestions, and alternatives based on work with clients.
Nearly every entrepreneur, owner and executive leader that I work with is concerned about attracting, hiring, and retaining top talent. The fallacy many of us come face-to-face with is twofold: hiring is a continuous process rather than a one-time event when an opening occurs; and a resume that demonstrates a quantity of ‘experience’ will translate into both skill and fit.
You can create a predictable, repeatable process for hiring talent, integrating their genius into your existing team, and tapping into the very best of what they have to offer.