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Can You and Your Workforce Raise Your Game in the Age of Reinvention?

By Shane Cragun and Kate Sweetman

If you live each day as if it was your last, someday you’ll most certainly be right. Stay hungry. Stay foolish.” -- Steve Jobs

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A Vote For Why You Should Hire People Consistent With Your Values (Video)

By John Hollon

What's the most important thing you should hire for and be looking for in people you interview?

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The Key to a Great Workplace Culture: Showing You Trust Your Employees

By Carol Anderson

An article titled These 10 Policies Are An Embarrassment to the HR Profession appeared in my news feed last week. Written by Liz Ryan in Forbes, I devoured the content and tweeted it to my network saying, “Right on! Absolutely! Embarrassing is a good word!

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Hiring Wisely: When It Comes to Interviews, More Is Almost Always Better

By John Hollon

One thing I've learned from many years of recruiting and hiring is that more perspectives help you make better hires.

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How Company Culture Can Help Build Better Employee Productivity

By Derek Irvine

Last week, I wrote about worker productivity from the perspective of economists and the figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In that post, a decline in productivity appears to reflect deep transformations in the employee experience, alongside lower levels of technology and people investments.

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What's the Most Important Skill Future Leaders Will Need? (Video)

By John Hollon

What is the single most important skill that crucial skill that leaders of the future will really need?

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3 Ways to Help Build a Truly Diverse Workforce

By Bud Taylor

What’s all this about diversity?

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What Great Trainers Do: The Power of Debriefing Employees

By Robert Bolton and Dorothy Grover Bolton
What Great Trainers Do by Robert and Dorothy Bolton
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Hiring Wisely: Do Their Eyes Light Up in the Job Interview?

By John Hollon

Different interviewers look for different things when they talk to job candidates, and there's no clear formula for what is the very BEST thing you should be looking for that will yield a spectacular hire.

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