Date(s) - May 5, 2022
8:30 am - 10:15 am
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Guest Speaker Randy Hnatko
Randy Hnatko is President of Trainwest Management and Consulting Inc., a Sales and Management Training and Consulting organization. Randy has over 40 year’s senior business experience, and is a Trainer, Speaker, Author and Consultant to domestic and international companies. He has trained many organizations ranging from small/medium sized companies up to Fortune 500 companies and is a sought-after Speaker, Trainer and Business Consultant.
Considered as an expert in his field by his peers, in 2019 he repositioned his organization to offer online sales and leadership training through Trainwest Online Academy.
In 2008, he was nominated for Businessperson of the Year by the Burnaby Board of Trade; in 2017 he was nominated for Businessperson of the Year and his company was nominated for Business of the Year and Community Spirt Award from the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce; in 2019 he was nominated in the category for Business Innovation for the Burnaby Excellence Awards held by the Burnaby Board of Trade.
With an undergraduate degree in Business Administration and Commerce, and a Master of Business Administration with specialties in International Business, International Management and Culture, Randy Hnatko is extremely knowledgeable in several fields.
People are the most important asset of any organization. It is critical to build a culture that attracts and retains top talent. Your goal is to find the best qualified applicant for a specific job and provide accurate and appropriate information. Doing a good job of conducting employment interviews and evaluating applicants takes more time than having an informal conversation. It requires training in questioning skills and listening techniques for uncovering the truth. Having a structured approach for interviewing applicants is a must.
Key Take Aways:
1. Establish a series of steps to help you define what the perfect employee looks like.
2. We will learn a structural approach to developing a job profile and creating a template which can be modified for any division within the organization.
3. Learn a process of structuring the interview for success.
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