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Steve Jobs' Take on Why You Should Be Hiring "A" Players (video)

By John Hollon

Should we only be looking to hire "A" players?

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6 Important Leadership Traits That Seldom Get Mentioned

By Dianna Booher

Quick — tick off the leadership traits that you often hear from conference speakers, read in leadership books or blogs, or study in training programs.

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5 Ways to Keep Your Employees Engaged and Growing

By Eric Chester

Regardless how they obtain the skills they need for the job, employees worth their paycheck have the desire to get better at what they do.

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Here's How Far Job Seekers Will Go to Get Their Resumes Noticed

By John Hollon

Recruiters and hiring managers know this to be true: You can see some pretty odd things in resumes and candidate cover letters.

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At Zappos, Sometimes You Need to be a Little Weird to Get the Culture (Video)

By John Hollon

It's not easy building a strong and sustainable workplace culture, and many companies spend a great deal of time trying but never seem to ever get it right.

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How You Can Help Employees Improve Without Going To A PIP

By Karlyn Borysenko

You have an employee that is not meeting performance expectations and you need them to either step up their game or move on. There are a few routes you can take.

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Hiring Wisely: The Importance of Building Risk-Taking into Your Culture

By John Hollon

In my many years of managing and leading people, I never cease to be amazed by the notion of employees taking a risk.

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The Next Big Leadership Initiative: Supporting Your Working Parents

By Cord Himelstein

As parents all over the country help their kids ramp up for another school year, a more structured routine is a welcome change for many (if not all) of them whose summers are busy juggling caretakers and camp schedules, vacations, screen time, and trying to make sure their kids don’t forget everything they learned during the prior school year.

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