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Hire for Attitude

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Why focus on attitude? Quite simply, skills can be taught. Attitude cannot. Hiring someone who possesses adequate skills and job know-how is not the same as choosing a capable person with the right attitude.

Runtime: 20 Minutes
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  • DVD
  • Leader’s Guide
Key Learning Points:
  • Determine what attitudes lead to success in a job or organization.
  • Design questions to reveal those attitudes.
  • Conduct effective interviews.
  • Evaluate candidates placing a priority on attitude.

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Why focus on attitude? Quite simply, skills can be taught. Attitude cannot.

You’ve probably had the experience of hiring someone who you thought was perfect for the job – only to find out later that the person could not work within the organization. That occurs when the emphasis in hiring standards is placed on job aptitude and ignores attitude.

Hiring someone who possesses adequate skills and job know-how is not the same as choosing a capable person with the right attitude. With fewer people doing more work these days, organizations cannot afford costly hiring mistakes and the resulting turnover. Finding the right person then, who combines skill with a winning mind-set, should be a top priority.

In this video, a newly promoted manager needs to quickly hire a replacement for himself. Fortunately, he gets some valuable advice from a fellow employee who guides him through the entire hiring process, from planning through interviewing and evaluation. Learn along with him as he discovers why it’s worth placing a premium on the right attitude and what it takes to determine which one, is the right one.

Let this program show you how to hire the best people for your organization!

Viewers Will Learn How To:

  • Determine what attitudes lead to success in a job or organization.
  • Design questions to reveal those attitudes.
  • Conduct effective interviews.
  • Evaluate candidates placing a priority on attitude.