A workshop for managers who want to excel in recruitment.
Getting good staff is a perpetual problem for managers. In some disciplines like software engineering, there just aren’t enough good engineers in the labour market. This problem of how to find and recruit the best is not going to abate any time soon. This workshop discusses how managers in all businesses should set about recruiting the best starting with defining who's wanted and ending with getting them onboard and productive.
Managing people is a challenge. For some managers, management is a calling. For others, it’s a necessary evil. Either way, competence in managing people makes the task easier.
But few managers are trained. And most want a quick introduction – to learn the concepts as a foundation for experience. Whilst management’s a big subject best learned on the job, those vital concepts that enable management excellence can be simply understood.
Markets change. Businesses must change to keep competitive advantage. Most businesses rely on their people to drive competitive advantage and deliver profit. The argument in favour of developing people to continuously sustain competitive advantage is obvious. But how? This workshop explains.