The Ultimate Guide to Attracting, Interviewing, and Onboarding Your Next AP

Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want to Miss:

  • What is it about your school that would make someone WANT to work there?
  • All too often, we work hard to recruit someone to work in our school and then abandon them once they’re hired.
  • How you onboard someone to a new role will determine how successful they become in that role.
  • Many people forget that the job interview is a two-way process. You’re not just interviewing them, they are interviewing you as well. 
  • Most people hire for skill and fire for will. Our interview process should be more focused on whether that person is aligned to our vision, mission, and core values than whether or not they have the right resume.
I recently completed a training for the members of BU and it was so good, that I decided to give it to you too.

If you have an Assistant Principal, then you’ll definitely want to tune in as I walk you step-by-step through the process of attracting, screening, and on-boarding your AP’s so that you not only find the right person for the position, but you set them up to be immediately successful in the role. 

So, if you’re looking for a new AP, or you’re hiring for ANY position in your school, this episode will help you build a hiring process that ensure you get the right person for the position #LikeABuilder.

Check out these highlights:
  • The 3 Parts of the hiring process.
  • How to use the Buildership Model to create the right hiring process.
  • Ways to write your job posting so that you attract the right people and repel the wrong ones. 
  • How to engineer your interview process so that you can ensure that the person you hire is a good fit for your school.
  • The importance of proper onboarding and the exact process you need to use to do so. 
Links mentioned in this episode:

If you liked today’s show, would you take a moment to leave me a review on itunes? It will only take a couple of minutes and it would mean the world to me! Click here to leave a review.

Not sure how to leave a review? Click here for some instructions.