How to Hire the Perfect Employee

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How to Hire the Perfect Employee

by KirtB » Thu Jul 27, 2017 5:08 pm

How to Hire the Perfect Employee

A picture of human brains is not the way I normally prefer to illustrate a concept, but in this case it works pretty well. Inc magazine columnist Phil Libin, who is a co-founder of Evernote, wrote about a common lament of not just entrepreneurs like himself, but also of big corporation managers - a tendency to micromanage underlings. The article is only one page long so I won't regurgitate everything he wrote other than to say that in the end, the solution is to always hire people that can do the required job better than you can do it yourself. That way you are not always disappointed at performance because you believe you could do the job better yourself if only you had the time. That's great advice. Look at the full-size picture he uses. https://www.inc.com/magazine/201303/phil-libin/why-hiring-people-smarter-than-you-is-good-for-business.html

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