In business there’s an extraordinarily wide variance in recruitment philosophy. At one end of the spectrum there are those who look for the people with the quickest availability and the lowest cost, generally with some attempt to determine whether candidates have the ability and attitude to do the job to an acceptable level.
At the other end, there are those who are willing to invest significant time, resource and skills with the goal of finding exceptionally talented people who will do outstanding jobs, grow with the business and help drive the business forward.
In his latest article, Professor Graham Jones from Top Performance Consulting, reflects on the dangers that ‘accidental leaders’ can pose to your business and why many of them are accidents waiting to happen.
You should look to coastal regions across the UK as they become popular business hubs, says Graham Longley, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council’s Executive Councillor for Enterprise, Tourism and Economic Development. When we think of the seaside we imagine building sandcastles and eating fish and chips on the beach, but in recent years we are seeing a…