Remodeling Mastery by Mark G. Richardson
In this episode, Mark explains the top essential when looking for a team player and shares questions that you should ask yourself when picking them out.
3 Essential Virtues of the Ideal Team Player
- Humble. They need to have their ego in check. They need to be a team player and able to think as “we” rather than “I”. They need to have the right level of empathy, a good listener and honest.
- Hungry. You want them to be passionate about something. They need to realize that failure is not an option and understanding urgency. They have to have the edge to be successful. Focusing on learning and getting better.
- Smart. This comes in a lot of different forms. Academic or book smart and street smart. They can look at things in the short term, medium term, long term. Being more of a processed thinker and having certain skills. Knowledge instills confidence, confidence creates enthusiasm, and enthusiasm sells.
Top Questions to Ask Yourself When Finalizing a New Team Member
- Can they do the job?
- Will they do the job?
- Do they fit?
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