Monthly Archives: January 2012

How to Use Resilience to Win in Business and Personally

by Karlin Sloan Applying Resilience at Work Jim Collins and Jerry Porras in their breakthrough book “Built to Last” showed through long-term research  that organizations that weathered the storms of time and endured were those who preserved their core values, … Continue reading

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The Resilient Leader: Ernest Shackleton Seeing Opportunity in Adversity

by Karlin Sloan Resilience is “an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change.” Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate® Dictionary, Eleventh Edition   Resilience helps us steer through the everyday stresses and hassles that fill modern life, and helps us bounce … Continue reading

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Finding Great Talent and Becoming a Rare Talent

Would you hire someone who had an early success but then was fired or failed?  After this person was fired, he went on to start a new company but that didn’t do well. Finally, he succeeded.  Would you hire him or … Continue reading

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