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Executives – and all employees – benefit from a solid career development program. Your company wins as well. It may be challenging to keep this initiative at the top of your priority list – but when all is said and done, you can’t afford not to. The smartest business leaders look at learning and development… Read more »

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Panel interviews are an excellent idea when hiring for senior-level and other business-critical roles. They provide varying perspectives, help eliminate biases and involve key stakeholders in the decision-making process. A successful panel interview will help you determine how candidates react to the stress of rapid-fire questioning, interact with various personalities, and communicate and build rapport…. Read more »

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You are busy. You already have a fast-paced job that drains a lot of your time – not to mention personal responsibilities and interests that are deal breakers when it comes to your work/life balance. How are you supposed to conduct a job search in the midst of it all? What if your boss finds… Read more »

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“It’s not like I need their job. If it takes them a week to respond to a resume like mine for a job of this importance, they’re not the kind of company I want to work for. I move fast and I can already see that my style won’t fit their culture.” This is an… Read more »

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Motivation is often defined as “getting something – or someone – moving.” One of the biggest hurdles for managers is how to effectively motivate their teams from day to day and over the long term. What factors will your employees relate to as you strive to build motivation? The answer lies in: Leadership Style Appropriate… Read more »

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Today’s executives are on the move – and chances are you have either recently hired a new one or have plans to do so. One recent global study showed that CEOs turn over at a rate of 15 percent annually, and half of executives in transition fail, either by voluntarily leaving or being fired. More… Read more »