Next to hiring salespeople, hiring an Operations Manager is the most difficult position to hire for. I'm going to share with you the three ways that we see CEO’s fail when hiring a Second in Command. And then how to get them right.
Even if you find a great candidate, you won’t be able to retain them for long if you haven’t considered what we share in this episode.
Here are the three main areas where CEO’s struggle or fail when hiring an Operations Manager:
In the podcast, I go into more detail on what to consider and how to get these things right when hiring your Second in Command.
This is why we're able to guarantee results for our clients when we hire an Operations Manager because we know that we have these three things in place. And the likelihood of them having success with this position is very high.
Would you like our support to hire and develop an Operations Manager who can get you our of the daily noise, and free you to grow 50-100% this next year?
Reach out and let's have a conversation. We can give you some feedback on what you're doing right now with your Operations Manager and how you might be able to get better results for them. You can reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or apply below for a complimentary Scalable Growth Diagnositic Session.
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