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Carla Cole

Carla Cole, VP Business Development and Resource Management, has extensive experience in learning and organizational development, building high performance teams and staffing. She also has led technology implementation and process change in healthcare, banking, finance, insurance, manufacturing, and distribution. Carla’s commitment sets a high bar for increased profitability and client delight.

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Your People:Your Business Leverage

Posted by Carla Cole on January 9, 2017

The effective use of leverage and levers can exact a powerful outcome for organizations who have the foresight and fortitude to use it. Leverage is defined as the exertion of effort by means of an object; to use something to maximum advantage. Of course, people aren’t objects. But, people are the most effective “levers” an organization has.

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Topics: Leadership Development

Finally...OCM is coming to the head of the class

Posted by Carla Cole on March 9, 2016

For so many years, Organizational Change Management has been at the back of the room. Forgetting that people will be using that new software platform being implemented across a company or an enterprise, the Technology folks pretty much dismissed any notion of a change initiative – or – getting people ready for the changes that were coming - changes that would affect the way they work, and some or many of their processes, and much of the upstream or downstream work effort.

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Culture Club

Posted by Carla Cole on November 13, 2014

At Sequent, we’ve always done it. However, I don’t think we’ve always realized how important it is to the organization. Here at Sequent, we have it. I think we think every company has it, but not every company does. It’s that certain little something, or in some cases, that certain big something. It’s that culture “thing”.  It's the organizational DNA.

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Topics: Employee Engagement

Matchmaker, Matchmaker Make Me a Match

Posted by Carla Cole on May 29, 2014

When you were much younger, you likely played that little game – you know the one. There is a list of words on one side of the page and a group of pictures on the other side of the page. The object of the game is to match the words to the pictures by drawing a line and connecting them. The result of your effort is a hodgepodge of lines going this way and that. In the end, though, the right words match the right pictures. Job well done!


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Topics: Recruiting and Staffing


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