Interviewing candidates for jobs is one of the hardest business skills to master. It has been said that when we interview people we don’t actually interview the person, we interview their representative. Which is true, both the interviewee and the interviewer are putting on a show through the process. When everyone is puffing up their chests and fluffing up their resumes it is hard to make any real assessment on how they will perform on the job. This is why it sometimes feels like a different person shows up to work than the one who was interviewed.
The Bridge Between Your Business and Success
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Second Nature went from start up to massive organization in just a few years. In this episode we talk to VP of Revenue, Andrew Smallwood about what accounts for Second Nature’s massive expansion, and what smaller companies can learn from its growth. We cover leadership, training, meeting cadence, org chart build out and advice for working with private equity firms in this do not miss episode!
Many of us have closed our offices and are managing our entire staff from our homes for the first time. One thing that has helped our remote teams stay focused on the day’s tasks is having a daily huddle. Huddles are 5-minute meetings every day at the same time. In the bullet points below I put a few of the topics, and examples we discuss on our daily huddles at our property management company. These kinds of short meetings can help keep everyone on the same page when we are not working at the same office.