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The Most Effective Talent and Retention Strategy May Be Simpler Than You Think

By John Hollon

When it comes to managing and retaining talent, sometimes the best strategy is the easiest and simplest to execute.

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Emotional Intelligence is THE No. 1 Skill You Should Be Hiring For (Video)

By John Hollon

I'm not a follower of Gary Vaynerchuk, but after watching this video with him on The First Quality I Look For When Hiring, I'm beginning to think he's a guy worth listening too.

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7 Critical Issues About Today's Job Seekers That Every Talent Manager Needs to Know

By John Hollon

Would you be surprised to learn that 76 percent of full-time, employed workers are either actively looking for a job or open to new opportunities?

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Making Innovation Happen: It Takes a Culture of Trust to Foster New Ideas

By Karlyn Borysenko

I’m sure there’s not a leader out there who would say “I don’t want an innovative team.” But how do you go from having innovation on your wish list to cultivating a thriving innovative culture in your organization every day?

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Google's Talent Chief on 3 Principles Critical to Their Hiring Success (Video)

By John Hollon

Is there anyone in talent management with a better job than Google's Lazlo Bock?

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Want to Keep Politics Out of the Workplace? It All Starts With Smart Hiring

By John Hollon

Canadian training and development expert Brian Tracy might have said it, but everyone who hires or manages talent knows it to be true:

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Has Starbucks Kicked Off the "New" War For Talent?

By John Hollon

One of the reasons Americans feel unsettled with state of the economy is this: Salary increases have continued to lag even though job creation, as well as a number of other economic factors, have finally come back after the Great Recession.

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Coaching: The Essential Skill That's the Hallmark of All Exceptional Managers

By John Hollon

Coaching is something that all managers need to do — whether they like it or not. 

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Want a Competitive Advantage When Recruiting Talent? Maybe It's the Five Hour Workday

By Stephan Aarstol

When I tell employers and business owners about the five-hour workday, their first reaction is often the traditional one that you’d expect: that if the employees are winning, then the employer is losing.

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Mark Cuban Tells Why You Should Always Check Out Possible Hires on Social Media (Video)

By John Hollon

It's a question that frequently ties recruiters and HR leaders in knots: Should you or shouldn't you research job candidates on social media? 

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