http://highschool.isq.edu.mx/cr45/1679/assets/js/ie/8556 How did we do? You can answer this question with the list of metrics that Neil suggests in our earlier blog and his book. As we are looking at Value Based recruitment there is another question – did we live our values in recruitment? What was peoples experience like and how can we improve?Nse stock options data
enter site After our recruitment workshop for Coaches and Community Circle Connectors, I asked everyone five questions based on the ‘touch points’ in their experience of recruitment. I did this by email, after they had been told whether they had been successful or not, and since then we have used the same questions as a survey monkey.
http://missionnorman.org/emiios/4473 For each question, I asked people to give us a score out of 10 for how well we did (10 was amazing and 1 was very poor) and I asked people to describe what worked well and how we could improve. This gives us our first base line scores for our recruitment practice, as well as specific ideas about how we can get better. We have introduced some of these ideas already, and they also become the experiements that we test with out next recruitment.how long does 5mg cialis stay in your system