It’s Tuesday afternoon and Dave ... walks into your office with an envelope in his hand. You think, “Uh oh, he’s resigning.”It's also great advice for any organization looking to replace a departing Pete, departing Joe, departing Chris, departing Chuck, or departing Geetha.
He indeed resigns, and the moment he leaves you grab the phone to call HR.
...if you want to find the best possible person for your open job, stop thinking about what you want, and start thinking about what that ideal candidate wants.
When top performers change jobs, they want a position that offers something they don’t already have on their resume – something that takes their career into a new, unfamiliar realm. Maybe your ideal candidate wants to work on a larger scale, supervise a larger team, or master a new skill. Maybe she wants the prestige of working for your organization, or the pleasure of being a bigger fish in your smaller pond.
Thursday, February 6, 2014
The Triad Business Journal offers great advice to any organization looking to replace a departing Dave.