Some people are book-smart, some are street-smart, and some are emotionally intelligent. While any business leader would benefit from possessing these qualities, emotional intelligence (EQ) in particular is crucial to establishing a company culture where everybody gets along.
We live in an exciting age and perhaps the most interesting thing about it is that this is just the start. We are, of course, talking about the stupendous technological advances we have seen over the last two decades – emergence of the internet, exploding computational powers of average computers, breakthroughs in machine learning, data analytics and others, all of which are changing the way people work and seek work.
These breakthroughs have also resulted in some other trends that might affect the recruitment industry and the goal of this article is to review to just what extent they might influence how recruitment will be done in the future.
Today, we are going to be talking about how to make an extra special connection; how to communicate more effectively – that’s whether you’re selling, or leading, or presenting, or just in your life.
Striking a compensation structure is usually the last thing on any founder’s mind. But just like the exercise regime that you keep putting off, it will only slowly manifest into an enormous problem in the future.
And I am not talking about anything complicated. This isn’t going to be a 10-levels, multi grids table with complex formulas that will take a rocket scientist to understand.
It is a simple framework to provide the right foundation that will compliment your scaling journey.
Well, mine lasted 10 days (No wine or chocolate during the week) then something happened, can’t remember what and before I knew it I had a glass of something nice in my hand.
Before I start on the subject let me remind you familiar tactics you may have used during your childhood in order to get what you wanted.