We looked at each other and smiled. I understood that he understood that I understood. This is what it's all about. It's so simple. Where good people live, good people come.
I no longer needed all the pictures in the presentation I had prepared; this phrase said it all. We took a picture of it and pasted it into the presentation.
When I analyze the findings of our organizational survey at Stacc, one of the most prominent aspects is that our employees value each other the most. It warms my heart. It's the best confirmation I can get that it's good to be with us. Not because we're outstanding in every way, but because there are plenty of good people. Good people who want to work for and with each other.
They say you should choose your leader wisely. Most people have felt the truth of that. I would say that you should choose all your colleagues wisely.
Like many others in our industry, we face the challenge of finding enough skilled people, especially in my role in recruitment. Demanding? Well, that's an understatement. It's really stressful, that's what it is.
But, there is hope. Even when, like us, you need to build a team with at least 50 new colleagues. That's when I find solace in these simple and ever so reliable words. Where good people live, good people come.