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What was your strategy for hiring new employees early on?

Not just how you found them but how did you vet them? How did you ensure that they were successful and effective employees after you hired them?

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Hiring always starts with a clear vision of your mission and the culture you hope to create! When you can articulate that clearly-including the positives and the challenges then you are ready to start hiring employees. Simple but challenging. Always happy to help. Barney *What a program.* Anyone wanting to take their leadership to the next level really needs to check this out. It is great!!!!! It's an interactive, multi-media life-changing experience designed exclusively to forever change the way you SEE and GROW your career and businesses. Check it out here: http://smra1.com/seminars/new-leadership-paradigm *"Moving From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be Starts Here"* *S**incerely,* *Barney Kramer, President/CEO* *(209) 444-6549 phone* *www.smra1.com *
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