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Can Data Help Us Hire Better Talent?

by Helen Whelan Hiring the right person for a job can be difficult at best. Managers often hire people like themselves or focus too much on past experience. Lou Adler, a former executive search recruiter and author of “The Essential … Continue reading

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Managers, Is It Better to Coach or Delegate?

by Holly Green Have you ever wondered why the head of a baseball team is called the manager and the head of a basketball team is called the coach? Beyond the obvious differences between the two sports, the answer lies in how … Continue reading

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You’re Not in Camelot

The good news: the economy is improving. Bad news: those employees you expected to stay are now looking to jump ship. They are four times as likely to be dis-engaged if their direct supervisor or manager is dis-engaged. In a recent … Continue reading

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