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How do you know you have hired the right person for the job? What criteria do you use. Here's an alternative.

How do you know you have hired the right person for the job? What criteria do you use. Here's an alternative.

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    • “Right Person, Right Job”
      www.kathycommunicates.com/fpq
    • Hiring the wrong person today can cost a lot of time, money, and problems.
      By analyzing the personality on the face, you can hire the right person for the right job.
      Faces do communicate and reveal their personality.
      This method can provide you with a
      unique tool for hiring for appropriate person.
    • Here are six traits, facial features, and tips for hiring the right person.
      How do you spot the correct person for the job?
    • Most ambitious - large ears, with prominent inner circle
      High standards - protruding mouth & groove sloping outwards
      Enterprising - protruding lower lip
      AMBITION
    • The Face that is wider across the cheekbones.
      Stiff upper lip, or pursed lips, deep groove under nose.
      Square wide plunging jaw and protruding chin
      Indented pulse points (just above temples)
      Rectangular shaped eyes, orderly eyebrows (straight, thick, long)
      DETERMINATION
    • Assertive - muscles under corners of mouth moves or twitches.
      Dominance - lower brow to express anger or deep concentration.
      Power, Glory - protruding chin.
      Authority - High fleshy or bony cheekbones.
      AUTHORITY
    • Triangular or boomerang shaped eyebrows
      Slanting forehead
      Broad square jaw is suited to a job where action and initiative counts.
      Big high nose - quick decisions.
      Mole on chin - either side below the mouth.
      Flat nose - slow to make decisions.
      domed protruding forehead -tend to intellectualize their decisions.
      DECISIVENESS
    • It takes a degree of shrewdness and cunning to succeed in the workplace, and evenmoreto stay on top.
      Shrewd - long ears reaching below nose tip.
      Negotiator - roman nose.
      Sly & Resourceful - teeth that slope inwards.
      Cunning - small eyes.
      CUNNING & CANNY
    • A big mouth has a tendency to overcome problems by airing them out.
      Small mouths also have a hard time because they bottle up their problems.
      Flat cheeks look good and appear confident, but most often they are timid, shy, and prefer creative work.
      They are reflective and work well alone at their own pace.
      GAINING RECOGNITION - MAKE A GO OF IT
    • Use these tips as a guideline when interviewing.
      Remember, everyone sees everyone differently. It’s open to perspective.
      Thanks for watching and see you over at;
      www.kathycommunicates.com/fpq
      Conclusion: