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  • August 7, 2015
    Painstaking Preparation Aces Job Interviews; Be Cool

    Nuance matters when a new job hangs in the balance. Ready yourself for that make-or-break moment. Shape Identity. “Employers want to be able to get to know candidates quickly. If you can’t tell your story, you’re not going to get…

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  • July 3, 2015
    High-Potential Leaders: Better to Stay or Go?

    High-potential managers are considered a company’s crown jewels, capable of steering the business in the future. Those rising stars may be less content than their employers believe, however. Amid a hot hiring market, high potentials have…

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  • May 1, 2015
    5 Mistakes That Will Ruin Your Job Interview

    Congratulations! You’ve landed a face-to-face interview. You successfully navigated your way past capricious candidate screening software and overwhelmed HR employees to earn a meeting with the hiring manager. So don’t squander the…

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  • April 30, 2015
    How to hook top talent when recruiting

    If you fish, you know fish are very selective when feeding, and the biggest fish are the pickiest of all. They've grown bigger by virtue of their superior judgment — they're not easily fooled, and they won't bite just anything.…

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  • April 1, 2015
    Looking To Hire The Perfect Talent? Tips From A Top Headhunter

    Hiring the right person for a critical job is one of the most important tasks on a leader's to-do list. But it can be risky. And a mistake can cost more than money. A poor hire has repercussions for morale, productivity and even the leader's…

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  • March 30, 2015
    Watch for these 5 red flags when hiring for a startup

    Hiring for a startup is a high-stakes endeavor. Every new hire is critical when you are managing a small team with minimal resources. Entrepreneurs want exceptional employees who will help their companies accelerate. Just as importantly, they…

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  • February 6, 2015
    5 Rules Of Hiring To Make The Process Less Painful

    Hiring is hard work. For one thing, it requires us to make decisions based on human qualities that are impossible to quantify. People simply can’t be measured in the way we measure revenue or gross margin. Instead we have to rely on “soft”…

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  • May 4, 2011
    Medtronic CEO Bill Hawkins holds off retirement. What’s going on?

    What to make of Medtronic (NYSE:MDT) CEO Bill Hawkins’ decision to postpone his retirement? A spokesman for the Fridley, Minnesota-based company declined to answer any questions about the search for a new CEO.…

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  • March 17, 2011
    How to Poach an Employee from a Competitor

    Hiring an employee from a rival firm can mean bringing on someone who already knows your industry, your business, and can bring valuable new knowledge and even clients to you. Little wonder that recruiters are often asked to bring home…

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  • February 21, 2009
    Can An Employer’s Past Follow Its Workers?

    JOB hunting in this market is hard enough. Pity the candidate coming from Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities, the Stanford Group or another company tainted by bad news of one sort or another.

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  • January 31, 2009
    How to Overcome a Job-Hopping Industry

    Q. You have an unstable work history, having held several jobs in a relatively short period. How can you try to prevent potential employers from holding your job-hopping past against you A. You can…

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Mike Travis invested time to understand our business. He was efficient, proactive in keeping us informed of progress, and highly attuned to cultural fit.  We were thrilled with the process and the outcome — thank you Travis & Company!

— Francois Michelon, CEO, ENDRA Life Sciences