As a recruiter, which do you think leads to greater levels of performance in a role which involves supervising, managing or leading others: humble leadership or charismatic leadership? Are they mutually contradictory? Can a single person exhibit both? Are our ideas about what it takes to lead to simple to useful when a recruiter has to make a prediction about how an individual might potentially perform in an open role?
The debate about these issues have been going on for decades. The answer of course is ‘it depends’ on the performance requirement of the role at the time at which the recruitment is being doing. This is one of the main reasons that The Performance Challenge Recruiting Process™ might be the recruiting process you choose to use when you are recruiting for such a role.
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