Each Important Staffing Lesson from Football Every Recruiter Should Follow
In fact, anyone can value the positive characteristics learned through football like:
- Goal setting
- Emotional charge from achievement.
Staffing Lesson 1: Goal Setting
You have heard the old management expression, “Inspect what you expect.” In football, coaches catalogue every minor statistic. Similarly, when Flexicrew measures and quantifies performance that frequently leads to meeting targets. And it allows us to set goals for improving customer service. Similarly, based on stats, a football player can set a goal or predetermine a number to attain. Meanwhile, there are multiple football team-oriented goals as well, which will help a player be accountable as part of the team. Similarly, Flexicrew team-oriented goals require staff to contribute to the team outcome that improve customer service.
Goal setting is a great tool for staffing agencies. Goals help us grow and improve. Football or staffing both get started with good goal-setting routine.
Staffing Lesson 2: Teamwork
Football requires a unique type of teamwork. A football team has up to 90 players. Recognizing an individual’s role and that of your teammates is vital. Trusting teammates to do their job is also of utmost importance. That’s why all teammates count, including on the second and third team players. Working toward common goals helps Flexicrew team to build trust over time and produce better client outcomes.
Staffing Lesson 3: Perseverance
Football provides challenges a player must tackle. These will test him and help to build a player’s perseverance. Common difficulties like losing a big game, fumbling the ball or missing a critical tackle are much like staffing. Even unique challenges, like lacking strength or speed or catching a ball, may even tempt a player to give up.
But, staffing stumbling blocks are obviously of a different nature. We sometimes can’t convince an employer to use our services. Occasionally we can’t find enough skilled job seekers to fulfill an assignment. Now and again an associate we hire doesn’t work out and we have to replace him. Certainly these disappoint us. But, Flexicrew members persevere by getting support from our 16 locations to meet customer requirements.
Football and staffing teach determination – sticking-with-it to overcome tough obstacles. Both promise a pleasant payoff for jobs well done. We help each of our recruiters with a mentor or support system, to bring individuals through the rough assignments to create the best for clients.
Staffing Lesson 4: Discipline
Football demands player discipline and a first-rate work ethic. That applies whether it’s attention to eating and exercise regimen or executing plays. Coaches continually monitor player performance and give constant evaluation. Coaches and fellow players evaluate every play in practice and games. Constant reevaluation promotes improvement and dependability.
Flexicrew naturally evaluates their team daily to be sure they meet their targets, making sure quality candidates are hired quickly. On our team, it helps to have other recruiters and peers give cross-evaluations.
Flexicrew team members improve and take responsibility for individual growth and help others when useful.
Staffing Lesson 5: Emotional Charge
Playing football can give players an adrenaline high. There is a certain emotional return from giving your all into a game with your teammates. And, when there is positive achievement it is a moving experience.
Football teaches constructive ways to be grounded by the solidarity within a team.
Surely, some folks dislike football, but they still can appreciate the values taught by football. At Flexicrew, whether one is a client service coordinator or an accountant working with a team of coworkers, the end result is the same. Like football, we work hard, mentor each other, persevere and remain resilient through the complicated projects, and do our best to reach our staffing goals for our clients.
So Flexicrew uses each important staffing lesson we observed from football and takes them to heart. We would value the chance to join your team and tackle your workforce obstacles before they intercept your performance.