501: Hiring Staff

How to identify the right employee? How can you identify the right person to hire to join your company?

If the first point is about money and salary = DO NOT HIRE!

What questions are they asking?  What are they saying that you can identify whether they will be a bad or poor employee?

Bad answers

I want this amount of money! I should make this _____ amount of money

How much money am I going to make?

I’m really excited about this company but how much does it pay?

Good answers

There are 2 real types of good answers that you should look for 1) about the companies mission/vision and 2) about the team.    You shoul dbe able to attract employees you need by explainin your mission and if they see the same vision, and why your company is a great fit personally for them and the kind of people they want to work with.

I want to be a part of a great team!

What can you teach me?

What do I need to do to help and be a better team member?

What opportunities are there for me?  What can you teach me?

What is my role on the team?

How can I grow in the company?

What do I need to do to better contribute to the team?

I would love some opportunities to grow and learn in the company!

Will I ever get an opportunity to buy into the business?

I want to learn and grow personally, professionally, etc

If they ask these questions and have the skill set = HIRE THIS PERSON!

Are they just working for your money, or are they working with the team and the belief in the vision of the company?

You want to hire an employee that wants the opportunity to grow, to learn, and who believes in the company.



Physical Therapists

ask them:

What are their goals?

Can you tell me a time when you accomplished a goal and what you did to get there

(try to thire people who are goal oriented and set their own personal and business goals)

or to get complex to see their thought process ask them the 0 to 1 questions:

“What important truth do very few people agree with you on”

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