How to find great employees, make great hires, and take your business to the next level
How to Hire A-Players is a roadmap for finding the A-player talent you need to create the business you want. No matter the state of the economy, it is never easy to find A-players. You have to know where to look and how to attract phenomenal performers to your business.
“It takes A-Players to conceive, design and build a world class business system so C-Players can produce A-Player results. How To Hire A-Players tells you how to find the A-Players you need to grow your business. Read it, or forever settle for less than you deserve.”
-Michael E. Gerber
Author of The E-Myth books and The Most Successful Small Business in the World
Whether you’re a small business owner looking for a one-stop playbook or an HR professional seeking the latest ideas and resources, How to Hire A-Players gives you the tools to create a team that generates better results. Implement the ideas in this book today and join elite executives who create the businesses they want by building the organizations they need.
Eric Herrenkohl was featured in an interview on March 18, 2012 with Jim Lobaito on Biz Talk Radio, where he discussed how to recognize and recruit top talent for your company.
CTV, Canada’s largest private broadcaster, has named How to Hire A-Players one of their Top 10 Business Reads of 2010.
In the October 15, 2010 “Dear Bev” column in MediaPost’s Media Daily News issue, columnist Beverly Weinstein references How to Hire A Players in advising recruiters to find great talent.
On August 6, Eric was the on-air guest of radio talk show host Bob Salter of CBS News affiliate 66AM WFAN in New York. In the 30-minute interview, Eric discussed why most people are unprepared for job interviews, typical interview mistakes, and how to use social media tools to develop target lists of companies and executives. […]
How to Hire A Players was featured in a post entitled Recommended Reading – How to acquire a team of ‘A players’, Globe and Mail on the Management Turnover as Change Agent blog. The post includes quotes from a review published in Canada’s Globe and Mail.