In this episode, I sit down with the Chief People Officer at BizChix, Shelli Warren, who has over 25 years of experience building and leading teams at Proctor & Gamble. Shelli walks us through developing a recruitment strategy to ensure you hire based on data instead of emotions, streamlining the hiring process, and performing best candidate selections for people joining the company.
We also talk about how NOT leading your employees can help you attain flow freedom, how to overcome your rational fears of growing a team, recognizing the triggers for when it’s the right time to hire, and determining if and where candidates could be a good fit for your business.
This was an awesome discussion with Shelli I hope you enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!
The most productive team members are always the ones that clearly understand how what they’re doing every single day is impacting the bottom line. It’s team members who don’t find the connection or find the links disjointed that really can get off the rails and for me that’s a leadership gap. ~ Shelli WarrenClick To Tweet
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About The Guest:
Shelli Warren is a former Procter & Gamble leader with 25 years’ experience leading technical teams, teaching leadership skills, delivering multi-million dollar technical projects, and introducing a leadership college that spanned across 3 levels; she left the corporate world to begin her own journey as an entrepreneur and now serves a Chief People Officer at BizChix.com where she provides Team and Leadership coaching serving high performing women to find or create their dream career and their dream team.
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