We have this fantasy wherein we hire the most talented people and immediately have the best team.
But that doesn’t take into account chemistry, the way personalities interact in the workplace.
We want to hire the best names, to scoop them up and make our competitors jealous. We want all-star teams of confident, wonderful people.
But how do we make that happen?
We bring people who are ready to be their best selves. We fill our offices with people who are self-aware, confident, able to make decisions and ready to work together.
We don’t want egos — we want teamwork. And if we can’t let our employees do that, then those best selves won’t come to us in the first place.