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Leaders often find themselves in the position of needing to hire new employees to add to the team. Forget about the administrative aspects of hiring. We must focus on finding better ways to be effective with the critically important step of identifying the right person for the right job.
Join me as we crack open the secrets of better hiring practices. Listen as my guest helps us learn what is happening in today’s job market. Plus, learn better ways to position your thinking about making that new hire via the interview process.
Great talent is hard to find. But when you get that ideal candidate across from you, what can be done to increase the odds of landing them on your team?
Rick Girard is the Founder and CEO of Stride Search Inc, an Engaged Search Firm.
He is extremely passionate about helping startup founders win-win the strongest hires to fuel unprecedented company growth!
Rick’s career has kept him laser-focused on building tech startups in the highly competitive Silicon Valley. Over his career, He has helped build over 200 startup teams that have successfully exited. Value and Impact are the two main ingredients brought to every interaction, above and beyond just locating the strongest people. Contrarian in his approach, Rick has flipped the script on engagement and the hiring process to bring a massive competitive advantage to every interaction.
The Author of “Healing Career Wounds”, Rick invented and systematized the Hiring Operating System (HireOS™). The solution for leaders to win the strongest hires by blowing up “best practices” with a humanistic, evidence-driven, unbiased and time-efficient experience.
When not running a school for Gifted Mutants as Professor X, Rick hosts the Hire Power Radio Show & Podcast, a weekly LinkedIn Live series that serves as a business leader’s resource to solve their most difficult hiring challenges.
He competes in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and has an affinity for any adrenaline-pumping activity, such as surfing, snowboarding, rock climbing, and running with scissors.
Authored: Healing Career Wounds – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B094TL14CD/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1