6 Strategies For Hiring A New Manager
Hiring a new employee is hard enough. But hiring a new manager can be harder and a lot more complicated - and much easier to bungle. If you're a company president or CEO, you probably know this challenge all too well. In many ways, a management position is a little bit of both ends of the employment spectrum - by no means a salaried "worker," but not an autonomous leader either (after all, he or she has to answer to you). That makes any addition to your management team a responsibility with serious import. In this paper there are six strategies that can help you make the right choice more often.