Control Junkie: Has a tough time truly delegating or letting go. Has an opinion about everything.
Being Right: Even if your boss is usually right, it feels bad to think that you are generally wrong.
Rude: Bosses too often fail to say…Continue
Perhaps you have heard the story: Internationally acclaimed concert violinist Joshua Bell once agreed to don street clothes and play his $3.5 million dollar Stradivarius violin in a Washington DC subway station, as a social experiment, sponsored by the Washington Post.…Continue
One of the most critical factors in evaluating a candidate’s work history is how/why they left previous jobs. As a recruiter, how you ask the question, and how you receive the answer, will impact the accuracy and completeness of the information you receive. Questions about departures must be asked without bias – don’t word the question to presume either a voluntary…Continue
Light Summer Reading! I just ordered this brand new book called The Executive Guide to Integrated Talent Management (got it on Amazon for less than list), which includes chapters from 20+ authorities, including: David Ulrich, Marshall Goldsmith, Peter Cappelli, Noel Tichy, Edward E. Lawler, Jon…Continue
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