Being resourceful is the ability to find and use available resources to solve problems and achieve goals.
The ability to be resourceful is a personality trait that allows a person to create solutions with limited resources.
Harry S. Truman said, “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.” He is at least partially right.
Reading by itself doesn’t make you a leader. If it did, all my college students would all be leaders. So, let’s give Harry the benefit of the doubt.
I was recently working with a group of new Vice Presidents, helping them get a better understanding of their role. After three days of intensive training and casework, I was asked: “George, if you had to give us just three behaviors that would, in your opinion, define a good leader, what would they be?”.
2018 has been a challenging year for hiring, as demand now exceeds the number of unemployed in the US. Yet, even today, the hiring process is built on a model that has been around for decades: take in resumes, read them over
While many companies experience significant benefits from pre-employment assessments, they frequently administer these only for entry- to mid-level roles. However, there seems to be a good deal of reluctance to assess executives.
There are several reasons why a DISC assessment test doesn’t work for the employee screening process. Employers use the DISC assessment because it is user-friendly. Most DISC assessments require only 10 to 15 minutes to complete, and the questions are very easy to understand.
Hiring is complex because people are complex. There are many factors that go into a hiring decision: resumes, interviews, references, assessment scores, education, previous roles – the list could go on.