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Leader Selection

Most of us at some point in our career decide that being a leader would be a worthwhile endeavor.  Not all of us attain a position of authority, but most of us have the thought.  The desire strikes people in … Continue reading

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New Job Descriptions

Job descriptions are the building blocks or foundation for managing work in any organization.  Well written job descriptions provide a basis for identifying the specific responsibilities of a job, working conditions, necessary knowledge and skills, tools and equipment, and interaction … Continue reading

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The 3 Q’s of Recruitment

We are fortunate to have a special post from a guest writer. C. Darren Brooks, Ph.D. has spent almost 20 years as an HR practitioner and performance consultant in the private and public sectors. He has extensive experience in strategic … Continue reading

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Recruiting: How to Approach It

Like many human resource processes, preparation will increase the chance of recruitment success.  We discussed the tangible and intangible investment that is made when we add a new team member in the last post and clearly the cost of recruiting … Continue reading

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Do Not Make Me Hire

We all know that hiring someone possesses a certain amount of risk.  At a minimum, most of us worry about the depth of the candidate’s abilities, the candidate’s ability to fit in with the rest of the team and the … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Cereal Box: Prize Inside

One of my childhood memories is anxiously waiting to open a new cereal box to find the prize inside.  The cereal companies did a great job of combining a child’s natural desire to collect toys and fondness of sugar with … Continue reading

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