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Why It Pays for Leaders to Build on Their Employee's Strengths

By John Hollon

It should be a no-brainer -- managers and leaders should focus on helping employees build on their strengths.

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Leaders Need to Break Bad Habits, But They Need to Know Which Ones - and Why

By John Hollon

One of the hardest transitions in the workplace is when someone becomes a manager, and (hopefully and eventually), a leader.

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Sometimes it's About Hiring the Person Who Knows Exactly What Not to Do

By John Hollon

Here's a new one when it comes to hiring: Could it be that the best person to hire is the one who knows what not to do?

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How To Handle Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

By Sarah Cornally

Inappropriate remarks happen often in the workplace. Politically incorrect comments can be especially volatile – there is often an instant social backlash if inappropriate remarks are made about race, gender, homophobia, or other crucial topics.

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Lazlo Bock on Google's Hiring by Committee Philosophy (Video)

By John Hollon

It's pretty clear that Google is quite the place to work—and getting hired there isn't easy.

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Why Employee Referrals Are Still a Really Good Way to Recruit and Hire

By John Hollon

Employee referrals aren't the perfect way to hire, but a good referral program is usually a better recruitment tool than just about anything else.

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If You Aren't Hiring For Soft Skills, You Aren't Hiring Right

By John Hollon

You're not alone if you are a little fuzzy on the definition of "soft skills" in the workplace.

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Why Over-Managing by Leaders Is Driving Their Team Nuts

By John Hollon

If there is one thing that seems to drive employees crazy, it's when they get over-managed.

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Assessing Your Company Culture in One Simple Step

By Lynette Silva

Is there an easy and quick way to judge the culture of a company and assess potential for future performance?

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The One Thing Job Seekers Should Be Looking For: A Safe, Just, and Caring Culture

By John Hollon

What should job seekers -- particularly new college graduates -- be looking for in a job?

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