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5 Employees To Hire On Your Team

 

5 Employees to Hire For Your Dream Team

 

This article will provide you with details on the 5 type of employees to hire for your dream team. In order for your business to be successful, the team needs to be perfect.

The employees you hire will be showing up to work every day and will contribute towards your business success. The employees need to be determined and motivated and should not waste time or complain as this could have an impact on the work environment.

There is no ‘perfect’ employee. However, there are thousands of types of employees. Each person has their own strengths and weaknesses and the differences make it impossible to find a real employee that fits the exact model.

 

Below are 5 type of traits you need to look for when you are hiring someone to join the team.

 

Initiator

 

The initiator is an employee that can become an asset to the organization. They believe in the companies mission and are passionate about what he/she does. The initiator is always motivated, inspired by their own desires and interests. They do not require any direction or managing like most employees. Instead, they invent their own projects and take initiative to present new ideas for possible execution.

 

 

Positive Agent

 

The positive agent is not much different from any regular employee. However, he / she has a positive attitude within the organization no matter what happens. This employee is always positive, pumps other employees to do their best and doesn’t overreact when things go wrong. They also sit down with upper management to cool things down and instead of panicking he tries to come up with solutions to the problems.

In startups especially there should be no room for negativity as it can spread like wildfire and ruin the morale and attitude of your co-workers. A handful of positive agents can cultivate and maintain a positive attitude for all your employees.

 

The Backup

 

The backup employee is another great asset to have within the team. He is not afraid to get his hands dirty and offer a helping hand to other employees. He / she  has a strong sense of teamwork and camaraderie and would help his fellow employee by taking the overload off his teammates.

The backup will inspire your employees to help one another when in need, even if they have to step out of their comfort zone.

 

The Goal Getter

 

The goal-getter is a motivated employee who loves challenges and achieves goals within the company. They usually like to work in highly competitive environments like the sales and marketing departments where deadlines need to be achieved daily.

When their manager sets a quota on them to achieve they never get intimidated, instead, they are thrilled and motivated to over achieve that quota. They often also try to motivate their fellow employees to work hard and achieve success.

 

The Voice

 

The voice is an employee who expresses his / her opinion within the company. These opinions can sometimes be positive or negative but they are honest and for the good of the company. You can always count on the voice to give direct and honest feedback regarding an idea being implemented.

Even more importantly, if the voice is consistently open about their opinion, that habit will encourage others to be similarly open, cultivating an environment of open collaboration and discussion.

If your team does not consist of these type of employees then you should get some as soon as possible. These traits within the team can improve performance level and build a sense of positivity as a group. As a leader, you should also embody these traits yourself as it can have a huge impact on the company.