What You Will Learn :
- Understanding exactly what to look for in a candidate
- Improved change management
- Enhanced levels of business innovation
- Knowing the right questions to ask
One good hire can transform a team. One bad hire can quickly become a distracting nightmare. In the interviewing process, it can oftentimes be exceptionally difficult to tell which type of employee you’re going to get. As such, at times recruiting can seem like more of a game of chance than one of skill.
However, it doesn’t have to be. By far, the most important thing to look for in recruiting candidates is a higher level of Motivational Intelligence (MQ). Higher MQ is the single greatest determinant of an individual’s likelihood of success. Candidates with higher MQ will excel in five critical areas:
- They will be Accountable – taking ownership of goals, learning critical skills, and finding solutions to problems.
- They will be Adaptable – exhibiting an open-mindedness, willingness to listen, and a desire to leverage ongoing feedback to grow.
- They will be Resilient – remaining positive and persistent in the face of adversity and challenges.
- They will take the Initiative – moving proactively on strategies and ideas with a level of drive and commitment that assures success.
- They will move with Courage – showing a willingness to move past limiting comfort zones they will embrace change with a positive perspective.
Mastering the Art of Recruiting – Recruiting for Motivational Intelligence (Mq) is a proven process that is used by industry leaders (Pfizer, Proctor & Gamble, GE, Bank of America, etc.) to consistently identify candidates who have the highest likelihood of success. The course is specifically designed to help participants overcome the challenges inherent in the recruiting process and learn the tools used by the world’s most successful recruiters.
Who is this course for?
Managers/leaders who are looking to find talent who will come up-to-speed faster and stay with them long enough to increase the success of the team.
HR professionals who are concerned about increasing their organizational talent pool and building a meaningful succession planning pipeline.
Recruiters and Recruiting professionals need to more quickly determine the likelihood of a person's ability to succeed within a given environment.