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How to Hire Great People Webinar
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When: Thursday, October 22nd
3:00-4:00 PM EST
Contact: Nikki Enfield

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Democratic GAIN is proud to present Jerry Hauser, CEO of
The Management Center and author of  the book Managing to Change the World, for a webinar focusing on How to Hire Great People.

In a variety of contexts, the best staff members outperform average employees not by 10% or 20%, but by an enormous margin – like 500%!  Given the difference it makes when you get a great person on your team, every ounce of energy you put into hiring is likely to pay off many-fold - if you know where to put that energy.

In this session, Jerry will discuss the most strategic way to hire, including how you can:

    * Build a strong pool of applicants so you can choose from among the best;
    * Ask interview questions that reveal how applicants really operate;
    * Structure job simulations to get beyond the hypothetical;
    * ...and more.

This 60-minute webinar will be geared toward those individuals who ever have or ever will need to hire staff - whether it's one team-member, or 100.  We hope you’ll join us!

This webinar is FREE, but you must register above and INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS in order to get call-in instructions. Once you've registered through the GAIN website, you will receive an email that will require you to go through the GoToWebinar registration process.  We apologize for this duplicate registration process, but there is unfortunately no way around it. 

In addition, you will get the most out of Thursday's webinar if you read the chapter entitled "Hiring Superstars" from Jerry's book "Managing to Change the World" prior to the presentation.  Click here to get the chapter.  Also on that webpage are some handouts to which Jerry will refer during his presenation.  You may download those handouts beforehand, or just bookmark the page to pull up on Thursday.