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Avoiding the Leadership Bubble

24 September, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
Edward Koch, the often brash and eclectic former Mayor of the City of New York was famous for asking residents (voters) “How’m I doin’?”  From construction workers and ordinary people of the street, to well-heeled financial supporters on the upper East Side, you could almost bet the farm that Koch would blurt out his famous […] Read more»

Is Your Organization Making These Hiring Mistakes?

9 June, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
Here is what we know: Great talent is critical to the success of business Great talent is hard to come by; most of our employees are not “A”s, the best, but “Bs” and “Cs” Hiring the wrong person is a very costly and very painful Most organizations do a terrible job screening potential candidates. Click […] Read more»

Results Are Important, But So Is TRUST

21 April, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
The early signs of the transformation of healthcare are powering the drumbeat of career management essentials: performance, performance, performance and the ability to adapt. In an increasingly crowded healthcare job market – consolidations and layoffs are up and hiring has declined for three consecutive months – outplacement consultants, career brand coaches and recruiters are zeroing […] Read more»