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Leadership Turnover, Faulty Planning & Value Destruction

By Peter Thies There are a lot of CEOs without jobs. Companies are turning over their CEOs at the fastest clip since the recession, according to executive search firm Spencer Stuart.  CEO tenure has dropped to 4.8 years, according to … Continue reading

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Are Your Best Managers Hiding in Plain Sight?

by Helen Whelan Over 80 % of the managers in companies aren’t cut out to be managers.  That’s according to several Gallup studies of hundreds of organizations, 27 million employees and more than 2.5 million work units over the past … Continue reading

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What does wet spaghetti have to do with engaging employees?

Stupidity is often described as trying to do the same thing over and over hoping for different results but getting the same results. It’s like pushing a string or a wet spaghetti noodle hoping it will become a straight line. … Continue reading

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