This article highlights the importance of having consistent, effective hiring practices and outlines a novel method for achieving them. It suggests that an efficient way for managers to hire,and for their organization to benefit, is by adopting a leadership style called the Fresh Eyes Approach. It involves managers taking a step back and allowing their employees to spend time with prospective candidates while they observe the interactions. This is done to gain a better idea of the candidate's skills and personality, as well as to foster a better team dynamic. By involving employees in recruitment decisions, managers can gain helpful feedback in the hiring process, access the combined knowledge of the team to find ideal candidates, and create an improved organizational culture. Additionally, managers can increase consistency by creating a checklist of criteria to use when evaluating candidates, and using a consistent decision-making process.