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Strategic Planning, The Art of Developing Scenarios: Part 1 of 4

Strategic Planning, The Art of Developing Scenarios: Part 1 of 4

| October 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

Do You have Your 2012 Roadmap in Place? Might want to Throw it Out the Window. Can any of us predict the landscape of 2012? Daniel Rasmus, author of Listening to the Future, (www.danielwrasmus.com) says “Certainty is a myth.” I couldn’t agree more. Leadership Teams, Executive Teams, whatever the title, need to get good, really […]

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Talent Acquistion is Back! Part IV – final in the series

Talent Acquistion is Back! Part IV – final in the series

| April 12, 2011 | 1 Comment

Create a Culture of Accountability We need to hold ourselves and the people we work with accountable. We are more able to do so when the vision and expectations are clear.  Clarity about purpose goes far beyond a detailed list. Clarity around purpose provides the framework in which individuals and teams can excel without constant […]

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Talent Acquisition is Back! Part III – The Objectives

Talent Acquisition is Back! Part III – The Objectives

| April 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

In Part II of Talent Acquisition we talked about ‘Painting the Picture’ for a new employee – a valuable process for your current staff as well. Now let’s talk about Charting the Course – the Objectives. What the heck is that new staff person supposed to do? Oh that’s right. They should know what they’re supposed […]

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Talent Acquisition is Back! Part II – Painting the Picture

Talent Acquisition is Back! Part II – Painting the Picture

| March 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

For those companies that understand the relationship of an organization’s health and its ability to survive the tough years, strategic and well executed talent acquisition processes never left. They may have been scaled back, but leadership knows the importance of attaining and retaining the skills needed to drive success.  Over the next several weeks I […]

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