Do not hire a man (or woman) who does your work for money, but him (or her) who does it for the love of it.(Henry David Thoreau, author)
WHEN INCORPORATING STRENGTHS into your organisation’s existing systems and processes, another good place to start can be to look at how strengths can be embedded into the recruitment process to ensure that people are offered roles that fit them best, allowing them to play to their strengths and perform to their full potential.
You will be familiar with the costs of recruiting the wrong person: low engagement and productivity, disruption to the workflow and the business, and low team morale, not to mention the time and expense of the recruitment process itself.
By adopting ...