After watching Nadal beat Kyrgios in The Australian Open, Keith Henry looks at their different playing styles.
When buying new shoes, the first step is to work out what size you are. It doesn’t matter how good a shoe looks, or how many features it has, if it isn’t the right size it just won’t work. In the same way, when you’re hiring new staff they have to be the right fit … Continue Reading
Derek Price, a British physicist and mathematician discovered that half the work is done by the square root of the total number of people who are in the work place. This means in an office of say 10 people, the square root is approx. 3 people who do half the work while the remaining 7 … Continue Reading
In this short video, Keith Henry (the creator of Hire Best Talent) discusses why you shouldn’t hire average people. Why is that? Because both the bad performers and talented performers are easy to recognise in your workplace. But the average employees look like they are doing their job. But around 80% of all employees are … Continue Reading
We will let Steve Jobs explain why “I noticed that the dynamic range between what an average person could accomplish and what the best person accomplished was 50 or 100 to 1. Given that, you’re well advised to go after (the best talent), the cream of the cream. A small team of A+ players can … Continue Reading