I'll go first: 20 things that primarily involved cutting and pasting
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Boy, Those are some long answers.
Sharon, I coach my clients to present their Core Values as a Promise, as a Commitment to prospective candidates. (the goal is to run the non-fits, the pretenders off before they infect your company)
Goes something like this: "Sharon, you seem amazing, but before we get serious I want to share something with you, when you Join XYZ company, we are promising to surround you every day with people who bring these core values to work... (the quick speech.) If you have these values at your core the you will fit and it will... (More)
Sharon, I love following the "Who" Book method that is based on Topgrading. I've used it in my company for over 13 years and works very well. Depending on the size of your company and hiring resources, you could simplify it a bit. Here is in general what we do:
- Job Posting
- Culture first (Why + Values), overall position, selling the company
- We ask them to write back with paragraph stating how they have exemplified those core values in the past
- Filter through responses ignoring those that did not write paragraphs
- 5 min phone interview
- Fit, ask questions... (More)
Companies running on EOS® know that articulating and communicating your Core Values is essential to getting the right people in the right seats to help you achieve your vision. That’s because these values define the characteristics that you want every single person in the company to share so you can build the culture you want23 in your company.
In each Quarterly Session, when reviewing the Core Values on the V/TO™ with my clients, I always ask, “Are these the right core values? And are you using them to hire, fire, review, reward, and... (More)