11
OCT
2013

First Yahoo and now HP…………

Over the past few years of the digital revolution, it has become pretty standard thought to assume that we can work from just about anywhere.  The idea of working in a traditional office has been cited as a major turnoff for many of the youngest generation in the workforce.  Many comp
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27
AUG
2013

Part-Timers vs. Contractors: Consider these Factors First

Deciding to hire a part-timer versus taking on an independent contractor isn’t an easy decision for a small business. As an entrepreneur I’ve been asked which is the “better” choice, but this is a much bigger issue than simply saying one is a better choice than
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03
JUN
2013

Extroverts? Introverts? Successful Business Requires Healthy Mix of Both

“Extroverts make the best sales people!!” Are you guilty of assuming this is true? We’ve all been there: eccentric, boisterous people seem to be the most personable, outgoing, and, when it comes down to it, salesy. It’s usually assumed that these types of people will be able to find t
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09
MAY
2013

$1 Salary for CEOs Promotes Overall Company Success, Productivity

It was announced recently that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to take a salary of just $1 this year. This decision puts Zuckerberg into a growing group of large-corporation CEOs who receive a dollar annual salary (while still having an exorbitant amount of stock). I applaud CEOs w
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15
AUG
2012

What Type of Recruiting Leader Are You?

I’m often amazed at how different recruiting leaders across the country are, and how their differences lead to both high and low performing teams. Most recently I met with three Corporate heads of staffing that had very different views of their teams, and outcomes from their tea
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22
DEC
2010

What Have We Learned Today?

I recently had the opportunity to be a “fly on the wall,” as the saying goes, during a number of 2011 business strategy meetings with companies both large and small.  Many of the items discussed included people – finding, recruiting, and retaining them.  It was amazi
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10
NOV
2010

Common Sense: Is there an app for that?

For any of us that have been online, watched TV, or know someone that has, we know that the term “app” is short for software application.  The technology geniuses at Apple made this term famous with the introduction of the iPhone and now with the iPad.  Jumping on the band
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