Naturally, you want to know why candidates would leave where they work so you make sure you have something to offer. Unfortunately, “why do you want to leave?” won’t get you an answer you can use.
You work hard to hire high-achievers. When their attention drifts in that two to four-year window, you can be forgiven for thinking that’s just the way high-achievers are. Did you know, however [...]
Hiring and training are two responsibilities that never end for the leader of today’s BV/LS practice. Your Business of Valuation newsletter is the place to turn for the ideas and information you [...]
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube. Each gives you a window into your candidate’s personal life: the positive and the negative. Peeking into that window as part of interviewing and [...]
Of course, your candidate wants an offer. You could have guessed that. Otherwise, why bother with the whole interview process? What you want to know is how badly. There’s a way to find out.
In the world of BV/LS there are plenty of opportunities to be distracted. Successful practice leaders know they need to keep their eye on the ball when it comes to hiring and managing. The [...]
The candidates you want to attract aren’t looking at job postings. They already have a job. What they will pay attention to is a story about how the future can be better by joining your practice. [...]