Managing a corporation or any other professional setup is never an easy task. A key activity that every manager must carry out with finesse is to recruit the right candidates for professional posts within the corporation that they are most likely to be suited for by assessing their skills and their work experience thus far. There are some wonderful books that you can get to read in order to master your interviewing skills as a professional manager and hire the correct people for the positions that you are looking get filled in your organization.
Talent Force – Rusty Rueff and Hank Stringer
Talent Force by Hank Stringer and Rusty Rueff tells you about the radical approach that you need to adopt in order to recruit the right people for your organization. According to the authors work forces are no longer in existence and it is the talent forces that have the competence needed to run a corporation with success. While work forces are simply made up for people who work away at a particular business, the talent forces are comprised of high impact and high skilled workers who have the right skills, experience and attitude needed to take a business forward.
The Recruiter’s Adventure Book – Scott Love
The Recruiter’s Adventure Book by Scott Love is also worth reading that teaches recruiters how to hit upon the perfect balance between work and life. For Scott Love, the process of recruitment is one that needs to be looked upon as an adventure rather than a professional chore that needs to be carried out in order to reduce much the stress that is associated with such a job. Love’s techniques and tips can actually help you to combat much of the mental strain and agony that you may be faced with as a recruiter.
The E-Myth – Michael E Gerber
The E – Myth by Michael E Gerber reiterates the need for adopting a systematic approach when hiring people for work in an organization. It is only when you realize that the hiring process is nothing but an integral part of systemizing any business that you understand how to go about such a process with success. The author is of the firm opinion that business owners often tend to make poor entrepreneurs and that a lot of thought, analysis and consideration need to go into the hiring process to pool in the right people for a job.