If you are a startup founder and have already had some hiring experience, you are probably developing a really good understanding of the type of people who work best with you and, most importantly, already determined the skills and experience that your startup actually needs. You might even have developed your networks so you are aware of some “top guns’ in your industry and have some relationships with people who might one day turn into candidates and then into employees.
You know one of these amazing people could be a game-changer for your business. The question is, how do you attract your dream candidate? You might know everything about them, their capability, their expertise, knowledge base, experience and skills and you probably have a pretty good gauge on their attitudes and their personality and believe that you could work well together. But how do you get them interested in you and your startup, and how do you get them “over the line”? Here are my top tips…to read more of this article click here.
This article was written by Luke Henningsen and he is Co-Founder of the growing startup community at Ucities which is being developed to help provide a dedicated space for founders and startup people to network and support each other. He also leads a business called Scale & Swing, which delivers executive search to startups looking for senior talent at a startup-friendly price-point. Feel free to reach out to Luke on LinkedIn or at Scale & Swing or join the growing community at Ucities.