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22/08/2016    The Importance of Support

While we are all human, and we all know that getting angry about a situation is unproductive, we can easily lose our focus and let our emotions get the better of us.

10/08/2016    True Talent Never Cheats

Being someone who is focused on performance, for me, the word talented is best applied to someone who achieves exceptional performance.

04/08/2016    Change Creates Opportunity

“If you are not moving forward you can expect to be left behind”

05/07/2016    Stay Out of the Performance Grey Zone

What you do matters much more than what you know or who you know.  

14/06/2016    The Non-Technical Side of Six Sigma / Black Belt

22/01/2016    Don’t Expect Results If Results Are Not Your Priority

I would like to provide you with a typical example to help illustrate my point.

31/12/2015    Will You Be More Successful in 2016?

Whether you are a seasoned professional or a new graduate, a CEO or a front line worker, whether you are focused on running an organization / department or on your own personal career development, you will most likely want to see some greater level of actu

03/10/2015    10 Reasons Why You Are Not Developing Effective Leaders

We desperately need more leaders. I am not saying that we don’t already have some effective leaders around us, because we do. We just need a lot more of them.

11/05/2015    Leadership Performance

Just like any other business activity, the measure of leadership effectiveness must be based on actual performance. Effective leaders experience performance success because they have willing followers, they possess attractive leadership characteristics, an

11/02/2015    Retained Search or Contingency Search?

When recruiting personnel, what do you really want to accomplish?

09/10/2014    The Cost of Poor Accountability

Superior performance will only occur when you establish reasonable, yet challenging, performance objectives at the organizational, departmental, managerial and individual levels, and when you hold everyone accountable for meeting them

02/10/2014    The Best Way to Retain Truly Talented People

Since rare talented people are highly desirable, both your direct and indirect competitors are going to be very interested in attracting them away from you and into their own organizations.

03/09/2014    Why You Are Losing the REAL War for Talent

Few people could argue against the benefits of attracting and retaining the most capable people, but an argument can be made that most organizations are actually losing this “war”, with many of them not even realizing that they are losing or the reasons wh

31/01/2014    Why You need To Evaluate Your Hiring Effectiveness and to Be More Like Bob

This is a true story about “Bob” and his team, and how their commitment to a high quality, multi-level hiring and selection process ensured that everyone enjoyed career success.

10/07/2012    The Importance of Proper Assessment in the Selection Process

Whether hiring external managers and staff, promoting internal people or deciding on who is best to receive developmental funds, it is important to have sufficient, appropriate, and accurate, information to help you to make the right decisions.

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