ARE YOU HIRING TALENT OR NON-TALENT?
As the owner of a real estate brokerage and a real estate sales team, I have had the unique opportunity to learn a lot about hiring. One thing that I’ve learned is the difference between non-talent and talent, which I would like to share with you today.
Non-talented people have to be pushed to get the answers, while talented people will push for solutions. Non-talent won’t fulfill your needs; sometimes, they may end up giving a piece of their job back to you.
Talent will share your goals and fulfill your needs while fulfilling their own at the same time. In other words, when you hire a talented person, it’s like giving someone a potato and getting French fries back. If you give a non-talented person a potato, you will just get a potato in return.
TALENT WILL PUSH YOU TO BE BETTER.
Non-talents are not sure what they want and they aren’t necessarily searching for what they want, while talent knows what they want and are actively searching right now. Non-talent will wait for you to push them, while talent will push you, and that’s a great thing.
There are a few other things I’ve learned about the hiring process that I would love to share with you. We have a training event coming up soon, so you can register here to learn more about the hiring process.
In the meantime, just give me a call or send me an email with any questions. I would be happy to help you!
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