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Hire with Fire - The Relationship-Driven Interview and Hiring Method - cover

Hire with Fire - The Relationship-Driven Interview and Hiring Method

Denise Wilkerson

Publisher: Dandyworx Productions, LLC

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"This is a MUST READ if you are in the people business!" 
"…this book demonstrates an amazing recipe for building respectful, long term relationships right from the beginning of the hiring process!" 
  
HIRE with FIRE is an educational and entertaining hiring book which acts as an interview guide for managers who want to hire the best people – engaged, A players, high achievers, and top performers.  
  
In this noteworthy hiring book, you will explore best practices for how to interview people. The authors offer four key traits to help you select and hire the best people, A players, and top talent. In addition, through their relationship-driven approach to interviewing and hiring, you will build an engaged workforce filled with top performers. The processes discussed are designed to improve the candidate experience, teach you how to interview, how to hire the best people, build your employer brand, and create an engaging work culture. 
  
Discover Four Key Traits and Learn How to Hire the Best People Using the FIRE Interview Method 
You want to hire A players, who are engaged and passionate about their work. But how do you know which candidate will bring these important traits to your company?  
  
The authors believe that creating an engaged workforce starts with how you hire and who you hire.  As they explain how to interview people through the "FIRE Interview Method," the question of how to hire the best person for a job becomes clearer. By utilizing the FIRE Interview Method and interviewing questions discussed in this hiring book, you will develop a more systematic approach to interviewing and hiring, limiting decisions based on gut-reaction. 
The FIRE Interview Method offers four key qualities found in A-players and how teaches you how to screen for these important traits. As a manager, your goal is to hire the best person with the key skills and abilities to perform the job well. However, it may be equally important to hire someone who is passionate about their work. Employees who are passionate, "on fire," and engaged are typically A players, high achievers, and top performers. They can positively impact your company's culture, potential for growth, and your bottom line.  
  
By using the FIRE Interview Method, you will not only hire the right people, you will also hire the best people who are engaged and passionate about their work.  
  
Explore How to Interview People through a Relationship-Driven Interview and Hiring Method 
Take an inside look into the mind of the candidate and hiring manager as they progress through the hiring process.  With HIRE with FIRE, you will gain insight into your own processes that might challenge your current interviewing techniques. Redefine your thoughts about how to interview people, select top talent, and hire A players. 
  
Denise Wilkerson, owner of one of the nation's leading executive search firms, along with her business partner and husband, Randy Wilkerson, create a relationship-driven hiring plan for you to follow. By comparing the interview and hiring process to a personal relationship, they will help you view hiring from a broader human relationship perspective. Their insight, as well as comments from leading management professionals, will help you build successful relationships with candidates and future employees that will benefit your company for years to come. 
  
Who Should Read HIRE with FIRE? 
Whether you are a CEO, an HR manager, experienced or new to hiring, HIRE with FIRE will show you how to hire the best people who will set your company apart from the competition. Although geared toward the hiring authorities, those seeking employment can also gain a unique perspective into what employers want in their new employees.

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