November 4, 2021 by Daran Wastchak
#010 Know Thyself...and Others Too!
In this episode, host Daran Wastchak will be talking about a simple process for getting to know people better so that when you bring someone new into your organization, you'll have greater confidence that they'll be a good fit, hit the ground running from day one, and stick around for a while.
He's going to first talk about a couple of ways to gather very useful data from the people in your organization, and also from those who you're considering joining your organization.
One of these methods many of you are already familiar with, and the other will be brand new to most of you.
For the one you’re familiar with, Daran's going to show you a whole new, state of the art version.
For the new one, he's excited to be able to share with you a simple, but powerful way to look at the roles each of us play when working together as a team.
Lastly, he’ll talk about how to take maximum advantage of the data you’ve collected to greatly increase your confidence when making a hiring decision.
Enjoy the show and don't forget to...
Stay focused on your freedom!
Here's a glance at this episode...
- [05:12] A tool called 16 Personalities is a modern, state of the art version of Myers-Briggs. It is based on social science research and theory that now gives us consistent and accurate analysis of each person’s personality.
- [07:06] Les McKeown and Predictable Success.
- [07:40] Four Leadership Styles
- [09:20] How can you use the 16 Personalities and Predictable Success quizzes in the hiring process?
- [11:38] Predictable Success Leadership Style data helps in two important ways.
- The results help you to find the right person for the right position.
- The results help you to create good balance in your team.
- [13:47] In my "Dream Team" Builder course we teach small business owners exactly how to collect the 16 Personalities and Predictable Success results, how to compile and analyze them, then how to use those results to maximum advantage in the hiring process.
- [14:06] I want to leave you with a bit of advice I share with those that take my course.