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Leaders, Stop Avoiding Hard Decisions

Delaying them just leads to bigger problems.
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Your Workforce Tools Are More Strategic Than You Might Think

This is not a typical article about attracting talented job candidates or retention — while a rich topic, it has become a little tired. There are volumes of research on employee retention – some focus on affirmative strategies; others on
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Why even bother to think about strategy?

There's confusion between tactics and strategy. It's easy to get tied up in semantic knots as you work to figure out the distinction. It's worth it, though, because strategy can save you when tactics fail. If a tactic fails, you...  
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The Truth about Innovation in Recruitment

Innovation is one of the most important concerns of each organization and its role in the development and coordination of the market is inalienable. Innovation is also an important part of the recruitment field. Recently, we have heard a lot...
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Believe in yourself even when no one else does

Life is not a parabolic curve.  It doesn't go straight up.  There are a lot of lumps, a lot of bumps.  I have never yet met a successful person that hasn't had to overcome either a little or a lot of adversity in his or her life.
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Perseverance pays off

The popular Academy Award nominated movie "Darkest Hour" has brought a lot of attention to former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill recently.  It's also brought a lot of attention to Gary Oldman, who won the Best Actor Oscar for his

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