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An effective onboarding program begins at pre-board—with the first impressions companies make. Some things that I still remember are the personal touches: like the potted flower in my hotel room and the basket of fresh baked goods sitting on the credenza. Interviewing is as much about a candidate deciding whether they want a company as …Read the Rest

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One by one, businesses succumb to the weaknesses of a singular member; actors or actresses who create a firestorm, one that garners the attention of potential investors, stockholders, and social media. Perpetrators are summarily chastised, disciplined, vilified, and sometimes ejected from the firm. The company may instigate a one on one training to address problem …Read the Rest