1. Knows how to interpret and manage actions through understanding financial statements and the financial performance of the organization.
2. Understand the business and how each area works.
3. Learns about industry trends, technological advances, and what your competitors are doing.
4. Understand the HR metrics to quantify the work: billing, revenue, organization, makes comparisons with the number of full-time employees, and with operating expenses and compensations.
5. Seeks progression: anticipates and looks for the opportunities that arise. Wonders what needs to change for your business to survive? What people will be needed in 4 or 5 years?
7. Is focused in finding creative ways to say «yes» when other leaders need help.
8. Has a tactical and strategic thinking: knows how to give up control, guides employees in making decisions, and allows them to learn from their mistakes.
13. He is creative; he produces great ideas and innovations in his daily activities. Thinks about long-term and is not afraid to speak at meetings: raises questions and proposes alternative points of view.
14. Simplifies HR policies and procedures: starts each day talking to the employees, constantly asks him what does he think of them, and how can they improve?