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7 Habits of Highly Effective Employees

7 Habits of Highly Effective Employees
31inShareinShare31 We’re fortunate to have built a great team at crowdSPRING. What makes one employee highly effective and another average? For some of our job postings, crowdSPRING receives hundreds of resumes. How do we find the the most effective people to join our team? Contrary to the way most companies hire – we never hire the best candidate from a pool of candidates. When interviewing, I look for the following seven habits – every highly effective employee with whom I’ve worked (at crowdSPRING and elsewhere possessed most of these habits): 1. It’s not a secret that talented people are effective when they’re in good mood or excited about a project. For example, our customer service team manages a community of 200,000 people. If even one of our customer service agents is bored when dealing with mundane customer requests, we lose the opportunity to create a happy customer - an opportunity we value a great deal. 2. We all make mistakes. Think about your own employees. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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