Faster results. Better quality hires. Less aggravation.
A 30-minute online course, including the Sales Hiring Toolkit.
I believe that most leaders get put into their position with no formal training on how to conduct an interview. Maybe you get a go-to question or two, but formal training? I didn't - most I speak with don't either.
I want to change that.
"The RightHire method works! I've used it a few times and each hire were the perfect fit. Creatively challenged me to question what was motivating my hiring decisions. Great program!"
"RightMind is a great company to work with. Please contact Dominic Cummins, a tremendous business leader with many years of experience."
"We use the RightHire Process and I couldn't recommend it enough! [We] added three key players to our sales staff over the last 6 months, all exceeding expectations."
We start our conversation with some of the most common challenges that we see after observing and conducting thousands of interviews.
Not many people are formally trained to interview candidates. At most, they're given one or two "good" questions to ask during the interview. Imagine the kind of people you could hire if your entire interview was designed to find the right people for your business.
(Includes the RightHire Interview Question Builder!)
Asking the right questions is a large part of the interview, but what can you glean from the answers? Some of the best information you'll gather is from what isn't said.
We discuss how to use the interview question format itself to weed out the candidates that aren't a good fit for the position.
Why should someone come work for your company when top talent has options?
What defines a good employee for your organization?
Maximize the efficiency of your recruiting sources
Create a productive environment, and ask the questions that get the most positive results.
Effectively use pre-employment tests and background checks.
A great recruiting strategy is nothing without the ability to retain your best talent.
At the age of 19 Dominic obtained his Series 7 brokerage license. That step launched a successful career in banking and investments, and just a few years later he was managing a 65-million-dollar Citibank office. Before he turned 30, he was directing large teams of sales people throughout Southern California for Paychex, a Fortune 500 company. While at a software company in Irvine, California, Dominic helped build their sales organization from a small local team of 5 to 55 with offices in four countries. This rapid growth led to a sale of the company for more than $500 million. Through these experiences, Dominic realized that these companies have processes and strategies that didn’t exist in the lifeblood of the global economy—the small businesses. For these reasons, Dominic founded RightMind Inc, a business committed to helping companies achieve and surpass the goals with which they were founded.