Resources for Managers

May 31, 2018

Hi, I'm Sandra, and I manage my team`s hiring process. I'm focused on getting the right people on my team and providing them with the tools they need to make them a winner. When HRSG consulted with my company, I was a little skeptical about the whole competency thing, but then I saw the results for myself, and I was blown away at how successful they were!

Hiring for Fit

One of the best starting points for me was to see the benefits that I could get from using competencies with the tips provided by Should you hire for job or organizational fit. It really helped me to see what I could get from this system.

One of the trends that we heard about a lot at a conference I attended was that we should look for employees who fit in with our team, rather than hiring purely for ability. I was skeptical about this, as we need to make sure that people can do their job before we see if they fit in right, but then I read Hiring for Culture Fit, and saw the benefits I could get from doing so. 

Measuring & Developing Employees

Once I have the right talent on board, I needed a way to measure my employees' performance, which I found in Best practices for testing to measure employees. It showed me how proper testing would lead to better results when developing employees. 

Choosing Competencies

I also had to understand what competencies were most important for key people on my team. HRSG provides key competencies for certain roles but also more generally for the advancing workforce. Check out Crucial competencies in the fourth industrial revolution or These competencies separate top sellers from the pack

There's a lot of other key resources to consider for managers, but these formed the core of what I considered when I was starting out. If you need a hand, reach out to one of HRSG's representatives!

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