By Carmen Lapham, Director of Recruiting and Operations, Q4B
Over the weekend I had a chance to catch a few good college and pro football games since my home team was not scheduled to play until Monday night. I saw some good games, some close games, some well executed plays and some plays that were highlight reel worthy.
Whenever I watch football or any team sport for that matter, I almost always think about the old adage” there is no “I” in team.” Perhaps because the word “team” is used so often by broadcasters and subconsciously we think of that phrase when hearing the word team, we all know what it means.
However, even though there is no “I” in team, in order for a team to be successful there needs to be a whole bunch of “I” attributes that each team member should possess that would help the team reach its goal – to WIN.
Here are a few of those “I” attributes.
Ok, forget that last one. I just threw it in to see if I still had your attention. You can add to this list, subtract from this list or make up you own list. The point that I am making is about how many ‘Is” go into to making up a successful team and that contrary to popular belief, there are a whole bunch of ‘Is” in TEAM, especially successful Teams.
Now here is this week’s Hot Jobs List. Each one of these great opportunities will require any interested candidate to possess most (75%) if not all of the “I” attributes mentioned above.
- Network Information Security Manager – If being near the Big Apple excites you then consider this position. Or apply if you are a Frank Sinatra fan.
- Mobile .NET Developer – A great contract position that will make you feel good because the company’s service helps others feel good.
- SQL Server Developer – If you help develop more than one SQL Server does that make the first one you developed a PreQL? Apply and find out.
If you are interested in the Hot Jobs above click on the link and apply through our Talent Hub. We will respond quickly and we will value your time. At Q4B candidates are our customers too.
And remember after reading this blog be sure to Like, Retweet, Pin it, and +1 this post. You never know who is going to see the positions and think that it is the perfect position for them.
Next week I plan to discuss another favorite old adage of mine, “Too many cooks spoil the broth.”
Til next week!