– Anna Hummel, Program Chair and Past President, CSCMP Delaware Valley Roundtable
Creating a Team of A-Players
How to Find, Hire, Lead, and Keep Rock-Star Employees
How do you attract more top talent to your business? How do you surround yourself with better leaders? How do you turn your leaders and managers into world-class recruiters?
Executive search consultant and thought leader Eric Herrenkohl answers these and other questions in his program Creating a Team of A-Players, based on his Amazon bestselling book How to Hire A-Players.
– Allen Hauge, Group Chairman, Vistage International
Eric explains why the best leaders are also the best recruiters, and explains how to merge your front-line leaders and human resource staff into a world-class recruiting team. Specific takeaways from the program include:
- The most valuable sources of top talent for your business.
- How to develop an A-Player Profile for your own organization.
- How to develop a “farm team” of leaders who possess A-player qualities.
- How to create and customize tools to market your business to top talent.
- How to more successfully “close the sale” with first-choice candidates.
- The three most important questions to ask in any job interview.
- How to avoid people with hidden weaknesses before they become hiring mistakes.
- How to make reference checks valuable, even in today’s litigious society.
- How to use leadership & sales assessments correctly during the interview process.
- How to use your A-player insights to retain and develop current employees.
Every program can be delivered as a:
- One-hour keynote presentation with question & answer time.
- 90-minute session with expanded material, discussion, and application.
- Three-hour session + workshop with a personalized assessment report for each participant that becomes a roadmap for implementing insights from the program.
- Customized program that includes different elements from above.
Additional Program Enhancements
Clients often ask me to add additional value to programs through:
1. Interviews held prior to the program.
2. Additional break-out sessions and executive briefings conducted during a conference.
3. Coaching & accountability sessions facilitated after a program.