It’s sure easy to point fingers at a bad hire, especially after they’re gone.
And while this is comfortable, it robs us of opportunities to improve our team, tools, environment, and process.
Maybe there aren’t any ‘bad hires,’ similar to the idea of ‘no bad dogs’ or ‘no bad kids.’
Maybe there are just people doing their best in a new environment, with what they know.
I know I’ve been classed as a “bad hire” before. I’m very much looking forward to the next instalment from Marcus as he’s going to offer us some advice on a #NoBadHires movement.