Most of us agree that hiring the right people is critical to the success of our businesses. The environment we create and the way we lead our employees are also important factors but we must start by making the right hires. Today’s blog presents 5 key steps on how to successfully do this.
You have identified that you need an IT contractor to quickly join your business to help you achieve a business objective. You have gone to market to find some potential candidates but now you need to be confident that you are engaging the best-suited contractor for your requirement. This how-to guide will help you identify and engage the right person for your business. It also includes interview template that you can download to make the process easy and straightforward.
Here at Middletons Assured Talent, we help a number of our clients recruit interim and contract professionals. We appreciate that finding a contractor and then engaging with them is a process that some organisations have little or no experience of.
Gain Board Level Respect and Influence With 4 Simple Steps [ADVICE WITH NIGEL STOTT SENIOR IT CONSULTANT]
As a senior IT leader, you like to focus on the technology that will deliver the most impact. However, if your board doesn’t take these initiatives seriously you can be left scratching your head and wondering why. Nigel Stott shares with us his four steps to achieving respect and influence with the board.
Stuart Duthie is an IT leader with 13 years’ experience in senior and director level positions. As a permanent employee and then as an interim consultant, he has helped several organisations transform IT functions and achieve considerable improvements to engagement and productivity. As a qualified coach, Stuart brings a broad array of tools and approaches to his practice, enabling him to achieve these impressive results.
Today Stuart is talking through a specific recent example that resulted in a 36% increase to staff engagement within 9 months, evidenced through internal staff survey. This also had a positive impact on customer satisfaction and overall productivity.
Today, Nick is sharing his views on how to write a great CV, formed from reviewing hundreds of thousands of CVs over the last 15 years. We are also pleased to share our template CV to help you in the process of writing the CV.
Today Nick is sharing his portfolio of job seeking activities, advice that has helped many people find their ideal role. It is not rocket science and we are sure none of it will be new to you. Some of these activities involve recruitment agents, some don’t, but it is the collective effort across these different avenues that maximises the opportunity of finding the dream job.
Julia Davies- Career And Leadership Coach Gives 5 Top Tips on How to Prepare For Your New Job. [ADVICE]
Julia is a leadership coach with over 15 years experience helping people succeed in their careers. She is also a key coach supporting the Assured Selection service from Middletons Assured Talent, providing a first 90 day support coaching support programme to all placed candidates through the service.
An interview with Richard Copley who has gained nearly 40 years project management experience with over 20 years of this being delivering major transformational change. Over the latter part of his career he has performed a range of roles varying between building change functions and delivering programmes. He is still greatly engaged by the variety of challenge and opportunity to learn that each new programme presents but also remembers with fondness his days as a systems analyst.
This was an opportunity for viewers of the blog to submit some questions to a recruiter. Nick candidly answers the questions presented and shares his thoughts on what great talent is and how you identify it.