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Are Your Hiring Efforts Yielding the Results You Want?

If you participate in the hiring process for your company, you know sometimes a candidate seems to have what your company needs and after hiring them, they fit right in. In this scenario, the hiring … Continue reading

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Jump Start Project Momentum

We do a lot of communicating during our work day. When the flow of communication is successful, we make progress. Progress halts when communication breaks down. Losing focus of the “big picture” can be a … Continue reading

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Is Your Company ‘Investing in Revenue’?

In his article, The Test That Most Executives Fail, Lee B. Salz describes a hypothetical situation that occurs in most corporations. He introduces a manager and the CEO of the fictional The Magic Mirror Company. … Continue reading

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Have You Ever Experienced ‘Team Bonding’?

Fast forward and imagine this time NEXT year. Will you have met all the goals for 2014 set by your company? True success is achieved by cultivating positive and healthy relationships among co-workers. In the … Continue reading

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‘Leadership’ and ‘Management’ Are Not the Same Thing

As we approach the middle of the fourth quarter for 2013, it’s time to assess quarterly and annual goals. It might be time to make one final push in an effort to achieve those goals. … Continue reading

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