The Hire the Right Person Every Time book is based upon years of experience and proven interviewing techniques. The ability to hire talented people into the right position in your business is critical to your success. The cost of replacing and re-training an employee can be incredibly expensive. It makes good business sense to make sure you don't waste time or money by selecting the best person for the position every time.
Right Experience, Right Results: Improving Profits, Margin, and Engagement with Mobile and Big Data illustrates how businesses can use mobility, big data, and analytics to enhance or change business processes, improve margins through better insight, transform customer experiences, empower employees with real-time, actionable insight, and more.
Why is it that so many companies accept mediocre hiring results as the norm? The answer is simple. It doesn't occur to them that, in fact, there is a process that virtually guarantees hiring the right person every time. To repeat: there is a process that virtually guarantees hiring the right person every time. That's what Match is about. Based on author Dan Erling's experience with best practices from over a thousand companies, Match gives you a rock solid, practical process for hiring.
Workaholic Nate Erickson is a successful real estate developer who thrives on long hours and stress. When a Los Angeles project prompts him to relocate to Santa Monica, he welcomes the change of scenery. Nate has always considered romantic entanglements trouble, but his sexy next-door neighbor isn't easy to ignore. Which makes no sense, because Nate is straight...or so he's always thought.
"Gripping and entertaining"
Saying the right thing the right way can make the difference between sealing the deal or losing the account, getting a promotion, or getting a pink slip. It's essential to be pitch perfect - to get the right message across to the right person at the right time. In Pitch Perfect, Bill McGowan shows you how to craft the right message and deliver it using the right language - both verbal and nonverbal.
Writer for the New York Times and GQ, Mark Adams is also the acclaimed author of Mr. America. In this fascinating travelogue, Adams follows in the controversial footsteps of Hiram Bingham III, who’s been both lionized and vilified for his discovery of the famed Lost City in 1911—but which reputation is justified?
"Now I'm ready for Machu Picchu"
Effectiveness, Stack says, is identifying and achieving the best objectives for your organization - doing the right things. Efficiency is accomplishing them in the least amount of time, with the least effort and cost - doing things right. If you're not clear on both, you're wasting your time. As Drucker put it, "There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all." Stack's 3T Leadership offers 12 practices that will enable executives to be effective and efficient, grouped into three areas where leaders spend their time.
"Some New, Some reminder, All good"
Of Rajen Mitra’s five lovely daughters, it is the youngest - the beautiful, intelligent Swati - who is the apple of her father’s eye. As she grows from an impetuous, spirited child to a lonely young woman, Swati is witness to the upheavals and joys of the Mitra family even as the country slides toward the promise of independence and the inevitability of war. Anxious to ensure that his daughters find suitable husbands, Rajen-babu realizes it is only a matter of time before his favourite child, too, must leave home.
At once a powerful evocation of his early life in Harlem and a disturbing examination of the consequences of racial injustice to both the individual and the body politic, James Baldwin galvanized the nation in the early days of the civil rights movement with this eloquent manifesto. The Fire Next Time stands as one of the essential works of our literature.
"Still as bold as ever"
In those first heady days of a relationship, couples can barely keep their hands off each other. But as relationships mature, sex can get pushed further and further down the list of priorities. Suddenly, instead of a passionate date you can't wait to keep, sex might start to feel like one more nagging to-do. It doesn't have to be that way. And it doesn't require quitting a job or wearing dirty clothes to reclaim the spark.
An essay from Things I've Learned From the Women Who've Dumped Me.
Merle Hoffman's life story is riveting. A former classical pianist, a self-made millionaire, and a feminist who found her life's work providing abortions, she has been a fearless crusader for women's right to choose. Over the years, Hoffman has used her entrepreneurial spirit to build one of the most comprehensive women's medical centers in the country. In 1971 (two years before the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision to legalize abortion nationally), Hoffman founded Choices, an abortion clinic in New York.
"Does Obama Have This Right?" is from the March 23, 2016, Opinion section of The New York Times. It was written by Thomas L. Friedman and narrated by Fleet Cooper.
We frantically started to run toward the road... All the guys were the first ones to make it to the car. I purposely stayed behind, keeping an eye on the ladies, particularly the one that was pregnant. She had looked tired most of the day and understandably so. It couldn't have been more than three hundred feet to get to the car. The only ones left to make it were her and me, and everyone else yelled out to me, 'Just leave her there or you're staying there too!'
Decision is a single mental action that has the power to change any personal problem. Certain decisions have the potential to provide you with immense success. All the people who learned and mastered decision making are very successful in everything they do. They differ from others because they are capable of changing the circumstances around them within a very short amount of time, because they make the right decisions at the right time.
"Austrian Far-Right Candidate Narrowly Loses Presidential Vote" is from the May 23, 2016 World section of The New York Times. It was written by Alison Smale and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.
"Beyond Swipe Right: The Pickup Line Gets a Makeover" is from the March 16 2016, Lifestyle section of The New York Times. It was written by Casey Johnston and narrated by Fleet Cooper.
"Gay Rights Activist in Bangladesh Is Hacked to Death" is from the April 25, 2016 World section of The New York Times. It was written by Julfikar Ali Manik and Ellen Barry and narrated by Kristi Burns.
"Norway Violated Rights of Breivik, Mass Killer, Judge Rules" is from the April 20, 2016 World section of The New York Times. It was written by Henrik Pryser Libell and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.
"That's Right, $63 Million for a Football Stadium … for High Schoolers" is from the May 11, 2016 Sports section of The New York Times. It was written by Mike Mcphate and narrated by Corey M. Snow.