5 results for author: George Bradt


Onboarding Your Team Properly is a Three Part Job

Leadership is about inspiring and enabling others. The best leaders are totally focused on their followers, and they're helping them succeed. As the hiring manager, I think it's helpful to think in these three stages: (more…)
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Watch Out for This When Interviewing

There some danger signs or yellow flags to look for as you're going through the interview process that maybe this company isn't the right one for you. (more…)
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Map and Manage the Common Landmines

The ability and willingness to assess and deal with risk is often a critical differentiator between one's success or failure in onboarding into a new company. In general, you'll want to mitigate organization, role and personal landmines before accepting a ...
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3 Things to Remember When Onboarding into a Smaller Organization

The same three things derail people onboarding into small companies as into large companies: poor fit, failure to deliver and an inability to deal with changes along the way. But the way to deal with those obstacles in smaller companies is different. You ...
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Onboarding Isn’t Orientation

I understand it's a common mistake for people to confuse orientation for onboarding. Is that something that you see frequently? George Bradt offered his thoughts on the topic: When we started our business in 2002, we could not use the word onboarding. Nobody ...
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