Values. The Single Most Important Thing to Know About Hiring Right.

In A-Level Talent, Employee Value Proposition, Employer Branding, HIring Good People, Hiring Top Talent, Kamloops Headhunter, Kamloops Jobs, Kamloops Recruiter, Kelowna Headhunter, Kelowna Jobs, Kelowna Recruiter, Leadership, Retention Strategies, Team building, Values Based Hiring, Values Blueprint by Barbara Ashton

Have you ever hired someone directly from your competitor, feeling righteously proud about your new trophy hire, only to discover after it was too late that they were a seriously wrong fit? You’re not alone. We’ve all been there, wooed by hearing all the right things, only to learn that age old lesson – action speak louder than words. Scary …

LIFE LESSONS OF A HEADHUNTER: The 3 Irrefutable Laws of Trusting Relationships

In General, Kamloops Headhunter, Kamloops Recruiter, Kelowna Headhunter, Kelowna Recruiter, Leadership, Leadership Training, Trust, Trust in the Workplace, Values Blueprint by Barbara Ashton

Our greatest good in life can only be realized when we are in trusting relationships. I recently had an acquaintance respond to a favour I had asked of him about a month ago. He’s a brilliant business man who I have watched and respect very much for his razor sharp mind, and even more for his natural affinity for connecting and building …

Social Recruitment & Executive Search: The Art Form of Personal Relationships

In General, Online Recruiting, Recruiting, Retention Strategies, Social Recruiting, Values Blueprint by Barbara Ashton

As recruiters the one question we get asked a lot is: where do you find your people? Even though we are increasingly reliant on the internet, building relationships is essentially the how, the what, the where, and the why of our business at Ashton & Associates Recruiting. A recent interactive conference headed up by a panel of academics and social media experts took a good …

LIFE LESSONS of a HEADHUNTER: The Difference Between Difficult and Demanding Employers

In assessments, Demanding Employers, Difficult Employers, Employers, General, Values Blueprint by Barbara Ashton

There is a distinct difference between DIFFICULT and DEMANDING. Pray you don’t find both in any one person you are working for. Demanding employers are just that. Demanding. But employees at least know where they stand in terms of what’s expected of them, challenging though that may be. Generally speaking, demanding employers are driven by ambition and power. If your and your employer’s …