Recruit the Best and Then Invest: How to Ensure Success of New Hires

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Investing in your employees is a great way to build morale and to add value to your organization. Of course, recruiting the best possible candidates is the first step in this strategy. And once you have placed great talent on your team, whether from an internal hire, or an executive search firm, you can take… Read more »

Establishing Mutual Commitments Part II

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Part one of this post explored leadership strategies to improve employee morale and retention. Getting feedback from your team emerged as a valuable tool in that process. This post will cover evolving your corporate culture by setting expectations for both employees and colleagues as a way to build trust and accountability. Clear Expectations It can… Read more »

Turning the Grind Into the Goal – Part II

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In part one of this post, the focus was on the pursuit of happiness or finding joy in your work as a way to succeed at it in the long term. This post will explore alternate views and approaches to career progress that can help you maximize your own effectiveness and the effectiveness of your team…. Read more »

Who, What, Where, When, How…But Why?

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There are two simple words that have the power to completely change one’s approach to work and life forever. These words have the potential to evoke fulfillment, enhance productivity, and create daily peace of mind. You may have found yourself saying some of these already today: I have to go to this team meeting. I… Read more »

How to Invest in Your Executives – and Increase Productivity and Retention

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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 »

8 Ways to Help Standout Executives Succeed

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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 »