Entries by Eande Editör

4 Types of People You Hire

• Type 1: those you should never hire. If you’ve ever hired someone who is a true misfit it’s apparent to everyone else you did something fundamentally wrong. The likely causes: you didn’t look at the resume, you trusted your gut, you didn’t know the job, you hired largely on presentation and personality, you were […]

Are You Staying Current in Your Field?

by Inés Temple During a presentation I gave a few months ago, I tried to emphasize that the key to getting and keeping a good job was to stay up-to-date with current events and industry trends by reading as much as possible, as frequently as possible. Remarkably, my comments caused more than one person to […]

Making Sense of Assessments

The investment spent on recruiting, developing, and retaining employees represents a significant portion of an organization’s budget. The direct and indirect costs of a bad hire or promotion are well known. Multiple studies have shown the cost of a bad hire to be as much as three to four times the individual’s annual salary. Additionally, […]

Are You Ready To Be A Great Frontline Leader?

Vince Molinaro Global Managing Director, Strategic Solutions Lee Hecht Harrison; Speaker; and New York Times Best Selling Author I seem to be spending more time these days chatting with my clients about their frontline leaders. This once ignored population of leaders is getting renewed attention from businesses of all shapes and sizes. The reason is […]

Can you keep confidential information … confidential?

When you are in a leadership role, at any level, you will be privy to information that is confidential. Sometimes it’s about a company’s strategy. Maybe there’s an acquisition or merger in play. Or at times it may be something personal about an employee that should be kept discreet. It is exceedingly important that all […]

Enabling Innovation With the Help of Personality Trait Assessments

Innovation, Innovation, Innovation. It is hard to read a newspaper or business journal without finding an article on innovation or a reference to how companies must innovate to stay competitive. But the question that few articles address is how does a company become innovative or foster a culture of innovation? Most will agree that people […]

7 Steps to Take Control of Your Career

Today’s career-minded individual understands that the cliché corporate ladder has developed a number of broken rungs. A typical career path is no longer linear but more closely resembles a labyrinth. It commonly takes the shape of lateral moves, special projects, cross-functional assignments—remember “up” is not the only or best way for career progression. So, why […]