The Talent War
Don’t Do it Alone. How to Build a Winning Team. “The Talent War.” Recruiting, Selecting, Training, and Mentorship, w/ Mike Sarraille and George Randle
0:00:00 – Opening
0:03:33 – The Talent War. How to build a winning team.
3:21:22 – Final thoughts and take-aways.
3:27:49 – How to stay on THE PATH.
3:47:06 – Closing gratitude.
Don’t underestimate your competition.
The worst symptoms of “Victory Disease” are underestimating your enemy and complacency.
By: Dr. Josh Cotton, Mike Sarraille, and George Randle
Despite this, businesses tend to overly weight industry experience in the hiring process. If industry experience is the top factor you look at—or, worse, the only factor you look at—you are limiting your ability to make the best hiring decisions.
By: Dan Bradley
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By: George Randle, Dr. Josh Cotton, and Mike Sarraille
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You need to know that hiring the best people is not for everyone. Some leaders feel threatened when their employees are more skilled, creative or technologically knowledgeable than themselves.
By: Jason Gardner
Let’s talk about toughness. Toughness is a trait that can be developed over time with practice.