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Enjoy this interesting article from our guest contributor, Chris Hardwick
In 1965, a psychologist named Bruce Tuckman developed a well known model that captures the various stages of team development. Tuckman’s five stages of team development include forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning. Each one of these five stages of team development represents a step towards developing your team, aligning it towards your vision and completing the team objective.
How do you get the right people on your team?
Who do you want on your journey to achieving your goals?
Here are some points to ponder when deciding who should have an exclusive seat on that journey of team development.
Hire for Attitude & Train for Skills
You may probably have heard of the phrase “hire for attitude and train for skills.” From my years of experience as a Business Owner, CEO, Project Manager and Entrepreneur the most successful companies thrive leveraging the key ‘core people’ proposition.
There are 5 key reasons why you ought to hire candidates based on their attitude as opposed to their skills.
Here are some examples of why hiring an employee who possesses lesser experience, but has the right attitude can...