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In this highly competitive world, hiring a good and professional developer is quite difficult as you may have to consider lots of things while hiring him. Really, you consider lots of things while hiring a developer or you just spent little time in researching and hire him/her as your developer. Many times, it happens with businesses that they look for wrong skills, hire wrong people and allow them to screw their company. However, you can hire di»
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Today, there are lots of businesses, who are looking to get assistance from a web consulting company in order to get high-end web solutions so that they can take their business on the top-most position of the search engines. When it comes to hire a consulting company for the business, it’s because one do not have enough expertise and capability to take on the project, so it is essential to hire a web consulting company. This way hiring a co»
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The pause. The pause is relevant no matter how many ministers you hire. The pause is critical no matter your church’s governance model. The pause is a ‘must have’ no matter how long you’ve been hiring ministers. The pause is, in fact, a pause. After each step in your selection process with a minister candidate, you as a church leader need to ensure the decision maker or makers (hiring manager, elders, personnel team, whomever) pause. Once»
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  Hiring people is one of the most important things that leaders do. Period. Your legacy is established by the people you hire and develop. It’s easiest to develop people with great potential, and the best way to find people with great potential is to intelligently ask questions and think about their answers! Great interview questions do two things: 1. Eliminate those candidates who are not good fits for the role 2. Highlight those candidates»
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For better or worse the voice of Rookie Pastor as of late has been decidedly geared towards church planting. This has always been about my experience and as a new church planter you can understand. So as we approach hiring a couple of staff positions I wanted to process that with you. Taking a big page from what Andy Stanley shared at Catalyst and what my friend Matt Steen elaborated from I have adopted the one sentence job description. Experien»
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I’m on the board of Parkview Christian Academy (PCA) in Yorkville, IL and we’re hiring. Are you an educator? Perhaps you know an educator? If so, please share this post with them. You see, we’re in the hunt for a Superintendent. At about 200 students, PCA covers preschool through 12th grade. We’re financially strong and poised for growth. In a nutshell, we’re looking for someone with - Builder, Grower, & Reproducer - Business Savvy»
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If you have been following this blog long you know how much I love my seminary, Rockbridge Seminary.  I had such a great experience and loved the experience of attending seminary online.  The seminary continues to grow and is hiring a new Director of Operations.  Here’s the info on the position: Rockbridge Seminary is looking for a part-time Director of Operations.  This person is responsible for student and IT support.  Below is a summary»
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There is so much stress involved in hiring the right person for the team. I have a suggestion with may help. We recently did this with several new staff positions on our team. Build the job description around the person. Set the vision for the job, hire the best person you can find (and/or afford as the case may be)then build the job descriptionwith the person’s helparound that person. If they excel in administrative tasksthe job description ma»
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Well, it is finally over and I am so glad! Of course, now the hard work begins! I am referring to the hiring process I have been going through over the past 90 days. While I have not discussed much detail, I have alluded to this process in several posts. Now that it is over, I want to share some of what I have learned. Lesson #1 – Trust God. This hiring process began for me at the first of June when a key leader in our organization let me»
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If you are not on the first page, you are nowhere. People won’t notice your presence online and you won’t be able to progress in your business. A common user always trusts the websites that falls on the first page. They do not bother to move to the next page unless until they find the company of their interest. But companies with all the facilities and cost-effective prices are available on the first page. So it would be your lucky fa»