216. Express Tip #111: Is Your New Hire Ready for a New Hire?

Annette Walter

August 5, 2022

2022 has been a year for growth and a lot of new hires in many businesses. With the continued growth, eventually comes the time to ask if your new hire is ready for a new hire. 

A lot of you have made a lot of new hires and the honeymoon phase is over. Now is the time for you to ask yourself and them if they are ready for a new hire. When determining if your new hire is ready for a new hire, there are a few questions you can ask yourself: 

  • Are they ready to be elevated and grow? 
  • Are they ready to manage?
  • Are they ready to transition out of doer mode and into management mode? 
  • Are they ready for additional responsibility? 

Giving new hires to your latest hire is a great way to start building your second level of leadership. You want to make sure you continue to grow your employees and their own desire to grow. Keeping them in a doer position when they crave more responsibility and management will only make them bored and complacent. Giving them new hires will elevate them and your business. 

Asking yourself when your newest hire is ready for a new hire is a great exercise to go through. You want to make sure you are using them to the best and highest use of their talent. As you build more levels of leadership, your business will see the results. 

Keep evolving, entrepreneur! I see you, I get you, and I’m so proud of you.

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About Annette Walter

Much like Marcus Lemonis, host of CNBC’s “The Profit,” who lends his expertise to struggling businesses, Annette analyzes businesses, supports them with the right resources, and designs the plan they need to go from surviving to thriving.

Annette Walter has started, acquired, owned, and operated more than 15 companies in her lifetime. As a wife, mother of two boys, and owner of a national company, Timber Industries (a BBJ Top 50 Women-Owned Business, BBJ Top 25 Fastest-Growing Women-Owned Business and Inc.5000 list honoree), she can serve her true purpose and passion in coaching and consulting entrepreneurs through her business coaching company, iEvolve Consulting. Annette works with business owners across the globe in various industries to support their overall well-being, teams, and operations. As an operations expert and strategist, she works with business owners to help them identify organizational gaps and opportunities in their companies. She works with businesses to help make their finances, marketing efforts, technology solutions, and sales more efficient and effective.

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