Category: Recruitment

Loving Where You Work

I was taken today by an excellent article on Fast Company.com’s leadership blog by Tony Schwartz. In the article, he discussed what makes a job great and what makes us love where we work. As leaders, not only does it matter to us what creates a great work environment for ourselves but also for those

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Approaching Internal Conflict as a New Leader

One of the hardest roles a leader can undertake is one of coming into a new company as a leader. When cultures and relationships are established, it can be difficult to find the best fit, especially as a leader. Time helps but how many of us have ample time to spend continually working on discovering

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Leading a Culture That Works

If you’ve worked for any established company (and I’m pretty sure you have), you know that culture is hard to change.  A company’s culture is engrained into the employees, processes and politics. Attempts to alter a corporate culture should be well-thought out and planned with contingency plans in place. Earlier this week Celeste Paradise posted

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Finding a New Leader

I just read an excellent blog post by Cherissa Newton from The Center for Management & Organization Effectiveness blog. Her post discusses the difficult job we sometimes face of finding new leaders to join our team. Cherissa mentions that promoting from within often results in better outcomes in the long run. This makes perfect sense

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