Transitioning into a new job is challenging enough to begin with, but it’s even more difficult if you’re a hiring manager in a growing organization. If you’ve got openings to fill, the pressure will be on to assess your new team and create a hiring plan ASAP. As the new leader in the organization, you’ll be evaluated on every move you make – especially as it relates to talent. This is your opportunity to demonstrate that you have a keen sense of talent, are plugged into the dynamics of the job market in your area, and know what it takes to compete for the resources you need. If you’re unsure, this is not the time to be shy. Get the help you need to tune your thinking and plans to hit the ground running.
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