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May 9, 2014

4 Great Habits of Recruiting Leaders

Are you a recruiter at the top of your game?  The goals in any profession are mastery and leadership.  A recruiter hoping to climb the ranks can practice these four habits to demonstrate leadership potential. Show That You Listen This means more than paying attention to what’s being said.  Take,…
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May 1, 2014

The Future Belongs to the Collaborators

The workplace - and the workforce - is ever evolving.  Outdated mindsets among leadership and rigid hierarchical team structures may not allow your organization to keep up.  Are you a traditional leader, reins to the team firmly in hand, or is your approach more collaborative?  Today's workforce values and is…
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April 9, 2014

Leadership is Self Leadership

Here's a great piece on leadership from friend and colleague Luke Iorio.  He is President and CEO of the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) and an expert in management consulting and entrepreneurship.  I've enjoyed his insights through the years and think you will, too, so here's a recent article…
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April 7, 2014

The Value of an Ethical Culture

by: Michael Volkov This article was republished with permission from Michael Volkov’s Corruption, Crime & Compliance. When it comes to compliance, the best investment a company can make is to create and promote an ethical culture.  Dollar for dollar, communicating this message is the money well spent. A CEO has to…
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April 2, 2014

What the Successful Don’t Say

Who’s the most successful person you know?  Think for a moment about their attitude, their approach to their work.  There are commonalities among the very successful: determination, drive and responsibility are among them. Likewise, there are certain mindsets you won’t find among successful business people.  And because words have immense…
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March 3, 2014

Five Simple and Quick Daily Practices to Counter Professional Setbacks

by: Vinay Nadig I talk about 20 core leadership secrets in my executive coaching, speaking and writing.  But if someone asked me to name only one that can make an immediate impact, I would pick the behaviors to counter setbacks. All of us have had (and will continue to have)…
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January 7, 2014

What Can HR do About Ethics?

2013 wasn’t a banner year for ethics in the business world, with mega corporations WalMart, Apple and Monsanto all making headlines for activities ranging from the shady to the cutthroat. There’s little doubt that to build a culture of ethics, tone at the top is everything.  When it comes to…
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December 13, 2013

Two Key Considerations in Selecting Leaders

Strong leaders can mean the difference between a team’s success and its failure.  This kind of influence makes it that much harder to select candidates for senior management and executive functions.  As far as the potential cost of choosing the wrong person, the stakes are much higher.  So how can…
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December 3, 2013

What’s Your Leadership Style?

We’re nearing year end, so many of us are probably gearing up for annual employee reviews.  Stressful as they can be, assessments are critical.  Reviews provide a formal forum for feedback (say that three times fast) and open dialogue about leveraging strengths and seizing opportunities to grow and improve. But…
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October 2, 2013

Leadership: Eating the Elephant

As Eckhart Tolle says in his book The Power of Now, we only have the present moment…the past and the future don’t exist. What I have observed in great leaders is the ability to stay present and chose to do one thing at a time. This facilitates a calm, focused…
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