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New Study Finds Soft Skills are More Important than Leadership Training

By |September 10th, 2019|Categories: Employee Engagement, Judgment, Leadership|Tags: , , |

Employers around the globe are increasingly seeking employees who fit a corporate culture over skill set.  That’s not to undervalue specific skills and training.  Rather it speaks to trending in hiring and training employees.  A recent study by Video [...]

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Employee and Applicant Ghosting

By |December 21st, 2018|Categories: Employee Engagement, Hiring, Interviewing, Selection|

Wow, the buzz today is all about “Ghosting” – not showing up for an interview or even for work. Quitting without notification. Some blame the tight labor market giving talent many choices, some blame no job loyalty, others just say [...]

Your Brain at Work

By |November 11th, 2018|Categories: Behavior, Leadership, Motivation, Value Science Tools|

Have you ever wondered about your brain at work? For many of us, how our brains work isn’t something we think about but we should, especially if we’re managers. How our brains function at work can impact our performance. [...]

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