HR Tips for Every Organization

Updated: February 13, 2011

Leadership is a key component to integrating a powerful, productive and inspiring culture. once the leaders of an organization are committed to living and supporting the culture every day, it becomes possible for all employees to model that culture and make it come to life.

When hiring, it is essential to identify the kinds of people who will demonstrate values and behaviors that are congruent with the organization.We've all heard the saying "hire for behavior traits, train for skill" Yes behavior is important, but it is only one component of a person. Organizations must assess employees' beliefs, what they stand for and how they will interact in the "workplace". This means organizations must "hire for cultural fit, train for skill".

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