In Latin, the word recruit means grow again (recrescere) à again (re) and grow (crescere). Over time, the word morphed to become recrute in French, and to its current form of recruit in the mid 17th century to predominantly refer to enlisting fresh body of troops into the military.
Using plants as metaphors, as a GLOBAL GROWTH HUNTER, he helps to transfer and nurture these plants from their current pots, to bigger new pots and in more fertile climatic environments which will further enhance their growth. In the real world, these plants i.e. the new hires will be nurtured within the clients’ environments, have clear career paths, and they would journey through positive professional growth and development. With the fertile climatic environments, these journeys help to create happier, committed and more engaged workforce. Overall, organizations will achieve better business results ultimately.
For his clients’ organizations, as a GLOBAL GROWTH HUNTER, he observed that one of the biggest pain point for many of them, both locally and abroad, is in the areas of Staff Turnover. Hence, he is very passionate in “helping his clients successfully curb Staff Turnover in their organizations; and also similarly in the process, this would help to create a happier, committed and more engaged workforce. Again, this would in turn help the organizations achieve better business results.”
His favourite statement: “The best place to solve a problem is to get to its root cause; in this respect, he firmly believes that the resolution lies in the organization’s capability to redefine their hiring process”.
This is one example of a training program for his clients – he believes that in order to curb Staff Turnover in organizations, it has to start at its source, i.e. at the interviewing stage.