You DON'T have to hire immediately when you have an opening. The strategic-thinking Effective Manager considers other options first. That's what your CEO wants you to do.
Most managers, when they learn about an opening on their team, immediately start thinking about asking for permission to hire. This may be common, but it's not the most effective path. Hiring may become necessary, but by getting there the right way and not immediately, it will be easier to do.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- What should I do first when I have an opening on my team?
- Should I hire someone right away?
- Can I restructure my team?
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