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How to Hire A-Players: Finding the Top People for Your Team- Even If You Don't Have a Recruiting Department

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"It takes A-Players to conceive, design, and build a world-class business system so C-Players can produce A-Player results. How to Hire A-Players tells you how to find the A-Players you need to grow your business. Read it, or forever settle for less than you deserve."
—Michael E. GerberAuthor of The E-Myth books and The Most Successful Small Business in the World

"A must-read for any business that must produce ...

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Overview

Praise for How To Hire A-Players

"It takes A-Players to conceive, design, and build a world-class business system so C-Players can produce A-Player results. How to Hire A-Players tells you how to find the A-Players you need to grow your business. Read it, or forever settle for less than you deserve."
—Michael E. GerberAuthor of The E-Myth books and The Most Successful Small Business in the World

"A must-read for any business that must produce more for customers who demand more for less."
—ill J. Bonnstetter Chairman of the Board TTI Performance Systems, Ltd.

"This book should not only be on the desk of every HR manager, but required reading for every member of a company's executive team. The tactics shared in this book are both cost effective and creative. Now ANY company, regardless of size, can effectively compete for the most important resource for success: the A-Players."
—Allen HaugeGroup ChairmanVistage International

"If your company needs to improve any aspect of finding, hiring, and keeping outstanding employees, How to Hire A-Players is a must-read. As Herrenkohl points out, the best coaches are the best recruiters; they know how to attract talented players, incorporate them into their program, and produce a winning team. If you want to create a great business, this book tells you how to build the team to do it."
—Jeff Phillips President Fleet Feet Inc.

"Every great NCAA basketball coach knows that success in March Madness starts years earlier when a network of scouts identifies talented young kids playing in junior high school. In How to Hire A-Players, Eric Herrenkohl teaches busy managers how to build their scouting network and where to get a glimpse of the A-Players of tomorrow's team."
—Richard Ryffel Managing Director, Investment Banking Edward Jones

"Eric Herrenkohl is like a divining rod for finding talent and How to Hire A-Players is the Holy Grail of recruiting. It will help you find, recruit, nurture, and retain the best and the brightest."
—Alan Weiss, PhDAuthor, Million Dollar Consulting and Thrive!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470562246
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 4/12/2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 412,177
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Eric HerrenkohL, President of Herrenkohl Consulting, is passionate about helping executives create the businesses they want by building the organizations they need. Eric is an expert author for Monster.com and has been featured by Fox News, the Philadelphia Inquirer, Inc.com, and MSNBC.com. His monthly e-letter Performance Principles brings strategies for building businesses to readers around the globe.

For more information, visit www.herrenkohlconsulting.com

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Table of Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR.

INTRODUCTION: WHERE DO I FIND GREAT PEOPLE?

CHAPTER 1 The Value of A-Players.

CHAPTER 2 Would You Know an A-Player if You Met One? Defining Your A-Player Profile.

CHAPTER 3 Three Steps to Creating an A-Player Team.

CHAPTER 4 Right Under Your Nose: Leveraging People You Already Know.

CHAPTER 5 Don't Just Sit There. Reach Out!

CHAPTER 6 Finding New Pools of A-Player Talent.

CHAPTER 7 The Basics of On-Line Recruiting.

CHAPTER 8 Using Recruiters Wisely.

CHAPTER 9 Interviewing and the Economic Value of Good Looks.

CHAPTER 10 “Popping the Hood” on Candidates Using Assessment Tools.

CONCLUSION.

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  • Posted September 12, 2011

    Great Book!!!!!!!!!

    Great tips when looking to bring a new person on your volunteer team.

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