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Should your organization be conducting stay interviews?

As leaders in Talent Optimization, we are often posing the question “Why do people leave?” We’ll mention the four forces of disengagement. We’ll stress the importance of flexibility. We’ll cite […]

October 13, 2022

Giving Constructive Criticism Based on PI Profile

Just as some people have a faster metabolism than others, people with vastly different personalities will digest feedback differently.  How handy would it be to have a quick reference guide […]

September 16, 2022

Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment & Emotional Intelligence

I was introduced to the PI survey, now known as the PI Behavioral Assessment (BA), in 1995. I was a VPHR at a defense contractor, and a client of Roger […]

May 10, 2022

How are business leaders preparing for 2022?

The current economy presents unique challenges for enterprise leadership. How do you successfully grow a business when faced with supply chain shortages, labor scarcity, inflation, and a persistent pandemic?  How […]

November 30, 2021

Who isn’t looking for talent? Don’t settle for a warm body…

61% of businesses are trying to hire employees and 27% are creating new positions in the next three months, according to a survey conducted by the National Federation of Independent […]

July 09, 2021

What Kept You Going?

Here we are, one year out from when our world slid sideways into a pandemic. On some days during the last year, I felt resilient, like I was adapting successfully […]

April 06, 2021

Accountability Check: How is Your Progress with Your 2021 Goals?

Here we are – about 60 days past the start of the new year, and I would suggest it is a great time to evaluate where we are in achievement […]

March 09, 2021

Why We Need Personality Diversity

In these tumultuous times, much has been written about DEI (Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion) in the workplace.  A recent study by McKinsey indicates that “Companies in the top quartile for […]

February 10, 2021

Valuable Lessons in an Extraordinary Year

Yup!  2020 was mostly a horrible year.  However, if we focus on what we learned, both personally and professionally, we can take something valuable away from the wreckage. 

January 06, 2021

What’s Next? Help Shape the Right Career Path for Your Employees

When employees feel that you are invested in their future, an increase in their loyalty, engagement, and production is evident. One way to ensure they feel that way is to […]

September 23, 2020
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