5 Simple Ways to Develop Your Employees–And Why You Should

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Ask any HR professional and they’ll tell you how recruiting quality people and then developing them is much more a cost-effective business model than constantly seeking the perfect match. When Tom Landry and Tex Schramm led the Dallas Cowboys, they rarely recruited players for a particular position. They went looking for the best athlete they […]

About Those Perks…

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Executive perks are in the news again. I’ve seen far too many leaders begin to believe their own press and believe those perks are their right rather than a reminder of their responsibility. In my book, Leading Leaders, I touch on this issue: I’ve been privileged to work with and for a number of very […]