Before They Were Prez: Job Tips from Our Founding Fathers
Nealeigh Mitchell, Steve Berman, Saunders Moore | NonProfitPeople
February 16, 2010
Prior Experience: County Sheriff
Cleveland went on to serve as the 22nd and 24th president’s of the United States, the only leader to hold such an honor.
Moral of the story: Don’t ever judge a book by its cover. Whether you are looking for a job or work as a hiring manager, don’t make the mistake of overlooking a potentially fantastic candidate because of lack of experience, educational or otherwise. If you think someone may have the chops, let them lend a hand on a consulting or project basis to see how they do. You don’t want to miss any diamonds in the rough.
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