How Do You Identify Leaders While Recruiting?

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In part one of this article we began to look at how to discover leaders during the recruiting process. Today we’ll look further. leadersHave you ever been in a situation where you explain something to people very clearly? You ask them if they understand, they say “yes,” and then they go and do something completely different!

This is due to different ambiguity relief processes, and it’s the cause of time wasted and dysfunctional behavior that affect competency in team members who literally see very different approaches to a single objective. And when what they believe to be the right and proper “process” is not applied or they are not listened to, they lose trust and respect, creating an environment where people lose passion and begin to underachieve.

The key to applying ambiguity relief in recruitment is, as was also discussed in part one, to know who they are going to be working with. Are they going into a group of people with the SAME ambiguity relief process? Will their boss have totally opposite processes that will make them crazy? Are they (or is the team they are going into) aware of their ambiguity relief process?

Unfortunately, new candidates are often not ready; most

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