R. Gaines Baty Associates

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Effective Compensation Negotiations For Hiring Executives

    Most executives will agree that identifying, acquiring, developing and keeping the best talent possible is one of the most important aspects of attaining success in their respective businesses. Peter Drucker said "Of all the decisions an executive makes, none are as important as those about people because they determine the...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The #1 Secret To Eliminating Hiring Mistakes

    Most executives would agree that finding and attracting strong people is critical to building and/or running a strong business. One of the difficulties in accomplishing these things is determining how strong a candidate really is. Of course, effective interviewing and demanding proof of competency and accomplishments is important. However, the...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Win The 'War For Talent'

    Most executives agree about the importance of having the right talent in place. Jim Collins, in Good to Great, talks about getting the right people on the bus (and getting the wrong people off?) as a common strategy of "Great" companies. Some companies endeavor to apply a 'best practices' approach...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Effective Interviewing How To Control The Interview

    It's absolutely essential that you get to know your own interviewing style, so that you can keep it under control. We all have a tendency to seek out aspects of ourselves in the people we choose: not necessarily a bad thing, but it sometimes can lead to a kind of...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Ace Behavioral Interviews By Telling Powerful Stories

    Behavior-based interviews have been around for more than a decade, but if you aren't prepared for them, they can throw you for a loop. You know that you're in a behavior-based interview when most of the questions begin with statements like, "Tell me about a time when..." and "Describe a...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Four Best Questions For Interviewing

    Most interviewers end up measuring candidates' interviewing skills - not their ability to do the job - during an interview. They think that a person with the right skills and experiences and some clever answers to their questions is a strong candidate. But interviewing is as much about recruiting as...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Most Effect Hiring Strategy Is Process-Driven

    If you're not consistently seeing or hiring enough top people, it might be time to evaluate everything you're now doing from a different perspective. The concept of zero-based budgeting offers a useful approach. The essence of zero-based budgeting is that you can better determine true departmental expenses by justifying every...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Effective Compensation Negotiations For Hiring Executives

    Most executives will agree that identifying, acquiring, developing and keeping the best talent possible is one of the most important aspects of attaining success in their respective businesses. Peter Drucker said "Of all the decisions an executive makes, none are as important as those about people because they determine the...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The #1 Secret To Eliminating Hiring Mistakes

    Most executives would agree that finding and attracting strong people is critical to building and/or running a strong business. One of the difficulties in accomplishing these things is determining how strong a candidate really is. Of course, effective interviewing and demanding proof of competency and accomplishments is important. However, the...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Win The 'War For Talent'

    Most executives agree about the importance of having the right talent in place. Jim Collins, in Good to Great, talks about getting the right people on the bus (and getting the wrong people off?) as a common strategy of "Great" companies. Some companies endeavor to apply a 'best practices' approach...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Effective Interviewing How To Control The Interview

    It's absolutely essential that you get to know your own interviewing style, so that you can keep it under control. We all have a tendency to seek out aspects of ourselves in the people we choose: not necessarily a bad thing, but it sometimes can lead to a kind of...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Ace Behavioral Interviews By Telling Powerful Stories

    Behavior-based interviews have been around for more than a decade, but if you aren't prepared for them, they can throw you for a loop. You know that you're in a behavior-based interview when most of the questions begin with statements like, "Tell me about a time when..." and "Describe a...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Four Best Questions For Interviewing

    Most interviewers end up measuring candidates' interviewing skills - not their ability to do the job - during an interview. They think that a person with the right skills and experiences and some clever answers to their questions is a strong candidate. But interviewing is as much about recruiting as...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Most Effect Hiring Strategy Is Process-Driven

    If you're not consistently seeing or hiring enough top people, it might be time to evaluate everything you're now doing from a different perspective. The concept of zero-based budgeting offers a useful approach. The essence of zero-based budgeting is that you can better determine true departmental expenses by justifying every...

    Provided By R. Gaines Baty Associates