Three Behaviors That Will Give You the Employees Most Likely To Succeed

When it is time to hire, how ready are you to hire the right talent?  Do you know what it will take to find candidates with the relevant skills that will fit in your unique organizational culture?

To succeed, sharpen your interviewing skills training so you have a proven process for new hire identification and selection. And then look, in general, for these three behaviors that will give you the employees most likely to succeed.

Desirable employees generally:
  • Display genuine curiosity. You want employees who are eager to learn, ask good questions and do not pretend to have all the answers.
  • Focus on others rather than on themselves. You want employees who know how to work with and communicate with others and are able set their egos aside in order to accomplish the common goals of the team.
  • Can deal with ambiguity and flex to the situation. The path to a goal is not always clear. You want employees who can accept the discomfort of not knowing right away how to proceed but can dig in and find a solution to the problem.

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