Are you a small business owner that is struggling to find great talent?
Your small business is unique and different. So then, why are you using the same inconsistent and worn-out techniques as everyone else for finding great talent? If you want to find great talent then you should be using approaches that are just as unique as your business.
Small business owners want to outperform their competitors and grow their businesses, but to do that they must first win the war on talent. Unfortunately, larger organizations have resources, tools, and of course an entire HR team at their disposal that you do not. How do you find great talent and compete against larger organizations when you are not an expert at candidate selection? Simple—you use the Be Small, Fight Big method.
KEEP BEING SMALL, BUT START FIGHTING BIG
Building effective teams is hard. That’s why so many small business owners, including ourselves, share with us the following frustrations:
- Finding great talent is the hardest part of running a business.
- Deciding what makes one candidate a better choice over another is more difficult than they imagined, as they don’t have a background in talent management or a methodology for building high performing teams.
- Constant recruiting is a drain on their focus and hinders their ability to grow their business.
With the be small, fight big system you will:
- Discover what employee behaviors are truly driving your businesses performance. So you can make better hiring decisions and grow your business.
- Learn how to create powerful interview questions that are unique to the needs of your business so that you can lower turnover and improve performance.
- Utilize a proven and tested method on how to conduct a structured interview to ensure that you aren’t hiring the best liar, again.
For more information about us, please contact me on my personal cell at 318-664-8865 or schedule an introductory call by clicking here. Also, please download our complementary white paper Why Small Businesses Fail, at the bottom of this page.