While in Shanghai a few weeks back, I was talking to one group of founders about the importance of recruiting. They mentioned two things: First, they take personal accountability for all senior recruiting. Second, they ask each senior recruit for a “rapport d’étonnement” after 100 days. By the time this phrase made its way from French to Chinese to English, it was described to me as a “shock report,” which I found a bit perplexing. But with further clarification, I understood the concept and loved it.
Recruiting and the Power of Astonishment
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