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    April 11, 2017

    How To Quit Your Job

    Five Steps You Can Take

    You have been waiting for that promotion, trying so hard to get noticed and recognized for your contributions. Your boss tries just as hard to make that happen for you, but tells you that it’s going to take a little longer…again. Your eyes stray to job sites, just to see what’s out there. You update that old dusty CV and go out on a couple of interviews, and then, there it is…an offer.   What is this strange document outlining what another company wants to offer you for...Continue reading

    By Lisa WoodsPosted in Professional Development on April 11, 2017

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    October 27, 2014

    Do Wellness and Leadership Mix?

    Understand that Health is a resource.

    As Managers, Leaders and Entrepreneurs we sometimes think about the needs of our people and employees more often than we think about our own needs.    We think about others’ capabilities to produce and ability to get along with the team. We also think about their ability to cope with their responsibilities, their ability to deal with stress, and grow. We may even think about an employee’s longevity. When we term this with an organizational “name” we call it Talent...Continue reading

    By Miki Jo RestoPosted in Leadership & Teambuilding on October 27, 2014

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    August 29, 2014

    Looking for Great Talent?

    Learn to Recognize a Competent Recruiter.

    Have you ever hired someone who seemed perfect for the job but then wasn’t? Have you every tried to hire the “best person for the job” and then they turned down the offer?   Why can it be so difficult to find really good talent sometimes? And by “really good”, I mean the right fit for the job and company culture.   The Selection Process There are a number of elements that need to work together well (but need not be perfect) to hire great people. The high level...Continue reading

    By Miki Jo RestoPosted in Human Resources on August 29, 2014

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    June 6, 2014

    Why is Talent Management Important in 2014? Part 2

    Creating Vitality to Compete in the Global Market

    In my last blog, I captured why giving attention to talent builds sustainable profits. That article strongly suggested that creating a healthy organization is foundational to growing and becoming a stronger competitor in the global market. Over the last few years, global conditions have changed the Talent Market forever, and the need for Talent Management has also changed from a nice-to-have to a must-have. Click here to read more about it. (Why is Talent Management Important in 2014? Part 1) Or,...Continue reading

    By Miki Jo RestoPosted in Human Resources on June 6, 2014

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    April 24, 2014

    Why is Talent Management Important in 2014? Part 1

    Attention to Talent builds sustainable profit.

    Global Markets Mean Talent Markets, Too I’ve been watching the global business economy and talent markets closely. As you may have been noticing, the need for talent is starting to recover from the recent Great Recession. While not everyone may be feeling the recovery, there is enough recovery to be conspicuous.   During the recession, leaders of most industries across the world have shared an overarching experience - the severely changing business landscape that threw competitive markets...Continue reading

    By Miki Jo RestoPosted in Human Resources on April 24, 2014

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    October 31, 2013

    Personal Motivators-A Straighter Path Toward High Engagement

    Lessons in Leadership Genius

    Business success depends on the timing and fulfillment of customer-centric needs or desires. Many companies get that right, although some of it is simply by luck.    On the other hand, long-term and sustainable success requires, among other things, the critical element of a highly engaged workforce. This is always a deliberate effort by leadership to gain the commitment of their people…and never happens by luck or happenstance.    This brings to mind the email signature line...Continue reading

    By Joseph SkurskyPosted in Human Resources on October 31, 2013

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    October 10, 2013

    How Best-In-Class Companies Hire Differently

    Learn to distinguish pegs and holes to determine how they match against success.

    I heard someone comment the other day about round pegs not fitting in square holes and it reminded me of a specific area where confusion exists in hiring.   Most people know that square pegs won’t fit in round holes. That’s easy.    Obviously, square pegs fit in square holes and round pegs fit in round holes. That’s even easier.   But round pegs will generally fit in square holes – they just don’t fully occupy them.    What does this have...Continue reading

    By Joseph SkurskyPosted in Human Resources on October 10, 2013

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    October 1, 2013

    Coaching for Success-A Guide for Leaders, Managers & HR Professionals

    Three Phases of Effective Coaching Within Organizations

    Frequently in the business environment we assess managerial capabilities based upon that individual’s ability to be a successful coach. The definition of being a coach can take on many meanings. However all can be summarized as simply; coaching is a set of practices, means and methods, designed to unlock a person’s potential to maximize their own performance.    The purpose of this article is to expand on this definition and explore several fundamentals and approaches to coaching,...Continue reading

    By David ShafferPosted in Management on October 1, 2013

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    August 29, 2013

    Interview Intelligence-Part II: A More Effective Process

    A Hiring System Proven To Work Well For Small & Mid-Sized Companies

    Once you make a commitment to improving your interview intelligence, you need to ensure that your entire interview process sets up your company for maximum success. If you measure your progress with both the interviews and the process, you can simultaneously improve to create a well-oiled hiring system.    Let’s talk about what doesn’t work very well, followed by a system that has been proven to work well for both small and mid-sized companies.    Round Robin Interviews...Continue reading

    By Joseph SkurskyPosted in Human Resources on August 29, 2013

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    August 29, 2013

    Improving Interview Intelligence-Part I

    Develop Your Interviewing Skills to Create Better Outcomes

    Interview Intelligence is a combination of IQ and EQ (Emotional Intelligence). Both are needed in order to consistently hire the right candidates with competency, talent and fit. Good detectives have interview intelligence – the ability to find the truth. To hire top talent, you must become a more intelligent interviewer and talent detective.   It’s never been more critical to get it right when hiring than this moment in time. The current economy, thinner margins, and increased...Continue reading

    By Joseph SkurskyPosted in Human Resources on August 29, 2013

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