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Coming Into a New Company as a Senior Leader

Posted by Jacob Banker on April 20, 2017

Walking into a new company as a senior leader is a special experience and this experience is formed based on your motives and perspectives. For me, attitude was everything and we should not take it for granted.

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Topics: Leadership Development

Baby Boomer Brain Drain: Passing the Torch to the Millennials

Posted by Midge Streeter on February 16, 2017

75% OF MILLENNIALS WANT A MENTOR

65% OF BABY BOMMERS SAY THAT MILLENNIALS HAVE SOUGHT THEM OUT FOR GUIDANCE

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Topics: Leadership Development

Is your organization's leadership pipeline filled with "The Right Stuff"?

Posted by Midge Streeter on February 2, 2017

Of course the next question is…….What is the right stuff? Each company has its own standards for right stuff. In the talent development profession we refer to the right stuff as competencies. From the development of core competencies the leadership development process can become messy, costly and ineffective. Having the right stuff is even more critical now that baby boomer leaders are retiring at the rate of one every four seconds! This means it is critical to identify the right stuff in the high potential next gens: millennials.

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Topics: Leadership Development

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

The Mother of Innovation

Posted by Daniel Hansen on December 8, 2016

There’s an old English proverb, “Necessity is the mother of invention.” In a world uncluttered with gadgets and peripherals, it makes a lot of sense. If the world needs something, society will find a way to make it happen. Take the telephone for example. As the world outgrew the telegraph’s limited dot-and-dash Morse code, a need emerged for a more efficient and expressive way to communicate across long distances. But what about innovations? Are they too driven by our needs?

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Topics: Leadership Development


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