Hire Right the First Time! What to Look for When Recruiting New Teachers
Hi everyone and thank you SO MUCH for checking out this episode of the Dance Studio Excellence Podcast!
This podcast will provide dance studio owners worldwide value and insights into how to create, grow and run a successful dance or performance studio.
On this episode, I’ll be taking a closer look at human resources – otherwise known as hiring new teachers – and the steps and points I like to consider when completing the process.
This podcast is the result of some lovely folks in our always incredible League Of Extraordinary Dance Teachers group asking me follow ups on hiring after listening to the Dance Studio Excellence Podcast Episode number 9 – Get Out Of The Teaching Trap & Be The CEO Of Your Studio!
If you don’t have time to check out the episode, I will do a brief recap in this podcast, but it’ll be a massive benefit to you and your studio in the long term if you can listen to DSEP 09 as well.
Hiring the right person the first time can make a HUGE difference to your studio. So avoid those doubtful hires and let’s get going!
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Thank you SO much once again for joining me on The Dance Studio Excellence Podcast! Catch you soon!
00:00 – Introduction
00:40 – DSEP Episode 09 – Get Out of the Teaching Trap and Be the CEO of Your Studio!
01:05 – The First Step to hiring right the first time.
03:20 – The Second Step to hiring right the first time.
07:40 – The Third Step to hiring right the first time.
10:10 – The Fourth Step to hiring right the first time.
11:20 – The Fifth Step to hiring right the first time.
13:10 – Final Thoughts
Hiring can be oversimplified and you can easily wind up with the wrong candidate – so take your time! Do your due diligence and check those references to make sure your new hire comes up smelling like roses! 🙂
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