Deidré Wallace en Lifestyle, Communications and journalism, Entrepreneurs Relationship Therapist, Life Coach and Teacher • Private Practice 21/4/2017 · 1 min de lectura · +400

Lovers And Colleagues: You Made A Mistake. You Made The Wrong Choice. Who Is To Blame?

Lovers And Colleagues: You Made A Mistake. You Made The Wrong Choice. Who Is To Blame?

Lovers And Colleagues: You Made A Mistake. You Made The Wrong Choice. Who Is To Blame?


What happens if, as a business owner or manager, you realise that you’ve made a dreadful mistake and that you’ve hired the wrong person?


Usually after doing due process the best outcome is to send the person home with a few extra weeks pay.


Unfortunately, mistakes get made but who is to blame?


Every company or manager makes an unfortunate hiring decision at some point.


Don’t beat yourself up – just learn from the tough experience.


But know this: It is not the fault of the person that has been mistakenly hired. They are the way they are.


It was the job of the interviewer to probe for the right answers.


If a company makes a hiring mistake, they can’t blame the candidate - because it’s the job of the interviewer to ask most of the questions.


The interviewer is after all, the one driving the hiring process.


It is the interviewer who then has to take responsibility for making the wrong decision.


The same applies to our personal relationships.


We are not victims, we choose (believe it or not) who we want as partners. We may fall in love with someone which may last for a while or for years to come, but ultimately, as we get to know the person more - we are the ones that decide whether they stay or not.


We are the ones that should ask the questions and we should check whether a partner is right for us.


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