Monthly Archives: September 2008

Leadership is a choice not a position

Often I am asked what is the most important characteristic of a leader? Is it integrity, vision, passion, empathy, communication skill?  My answer is getting to be repetitious. There are certain core attributes that almost all effective leaders share. In my

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Retain Retrain or Release… Wrap Up

Well that’s all folks. Over the past two weeks we have talked about many aspects of retention. Learn What it is and What it is Not Developing a mindset to maximize retention starts with an understanding of what retention means.

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Retain Retrain or Release… Part 5

 Hiring!!! Lets take a step back in time. You may not be able to go back and rehire your entire team but you certainly have control over who is brought in to the team in the future. This makes an

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Retain Retrain or Release… Part 4

 Alright you know what the organization needs, you have defined positions and you are effectively managing employees against expectation everything is running smoothly…or so you thought. This is about where our scenario at the start of this series kicks in.

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Manager Tools: Communication Seminar

Wow! The past two days I had an almost indescribeable opportunity. But then this is a blog right so I will attempt to describe it anyway. I attended a Manager Tools conference. What the heck is a manager tools conference you

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