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Guest Blog: The Battle for Talent: Why Job Seekers and Employers Need Recruiters

We live in a world today full of business niche specialists, from companies that change our oil to people that walk our dogs Many of these are tasks and duties that previous generations did for themselves. Looking for a new job or finding a new employee also falls into this category.

Blog: Drive Performance by Moving the Middle

Successful sales organizations understand the importance of focusing on the middle of the pack, as opposed to the top or the bottom in relationship to optimizing performance.

More Skilled Workers Needed to Fill Growing Job Numbers

The good news is that manufacturing hiring was up in 2014, with forecasts predicting continued increases in 2015 and beyond. The bad news is...

Blog: More Skilled Workers Needed to Fill Growing Job Numbers

The good news is that manufacturing hiring was up in 2014, with forecasts predicting continued increases in 2015 and beyond. The bad news is that there aren't enough trained skilled workers to fill the jobs available.

Creating Company Cultures That Lack Accountability

I suffer from high expectations of others and myself. I’m an entrepreneur — I take risks and hold myself accountable for the outcome of...

5 Cool Ideas for Becoming a Public Speaker

Through the years, I’ve helped many people get started in the speaking business. Here are the five coolest ideas I have for becoming a public speaker.

So the Story Goes: Content + Delivery = Meaning

I had a friend in college who had the innate ability to kill a good story. He was my buddy, I loved him (still do),...

Blog: 5 Cool Ideas for Becoming a Public Speaker

Through the years, I’ve helped many people get started in the speaking business. Here are the five coolest ideas I have for becoming a public speaker.

Blog: When Corporate Culture is Set Adrift

I have spent many years working with companies, helping them nurture corporate cultures and foster positive work environments. Both large and small businesses have challenges in managing an ever-changing cultural landscape.

Et Tu, Cadillac?

One of the most famous lines in a Shakespearean play are, “Et Tu, Brute?” The alleged last words are uttered from Roman dictator Julius...

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