There is nothing more critically important to your business than the team you share the workspace with every single day!
Your team is your greatest expense. It’s also your greatest opportunity for return on investment (ROI). No one makes more of a difference, or detriment, than your people. That’s why you must, while giving them their space, keep tabs on them to make sure they’re actually doing their jobs and helping your company be the best that it can possibly be.
Hiring a Potential Candidate
Use a hiring system that evaluates the prospect before you have to get involved. Only after the employee candidates qualify for the interview based on their actions should you invest any time at all. You should require a minimum of two interviews before you decide on any potential employee, plus some sort of aptitude test to see if they have an idea of what they’ll be doing should they be hired.
You should also introduce a “learning period” once they start. It’s usually 30-90 days, during which they will show if they are the one you’re looking for or not. You do not have to wait until the learning period is over; if they’re not a fit, they have to go! You’ll likely know if they’re the right fit in the first 30 days.
Evaluating Your Team
Each team member should complete their self-evaluation and follow the SKIM accountability. By having them complete their own self-evaluation, you are showing them that you entrust them with this big responsibility. SKIM accountability includes:
- Making it Happen
Your team should be exactly that: your team. It’s time to figure out how you can start earning more, working less, and enjoying life! Contact Mike Stromsoe’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program to do just that!