160 results for tag: corporate culture


Kind Words at Work

The pandemic turned work-life on its head. We're caught in the tumble load of a never-ending workday, pinballing between Zoom and Slack, duking it out with the family for WiFi, dishes piling up around us in our office...er...kitchen, and just trying to hold ...
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LinkedIn News Live: Vetting the Culture of the Company You are Interviewing For

Here is an interview you will want to see. A longtime member of the ExecuNet community, Career Coach Kathy Caprino, was on LinkedIn News Live talking about how to vet the culture of the organization you're interviewing for. After all, the interview is a ...
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What Executive Women Want in the Workplace in 2021

Women's business advocate Jennifer Justice, CEO and Co-Founder of The Justice Dept joined Tony Vlahos to talk about women in the workplace, ways she helps women succeed in their careers, and who she is and how she came to be doing what she's doing. ...
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Assessing Cultural Fit – Key to Successful Hiring

When filling a vacant role, many companies are inclined to promote a current executive. This is not surprising given the number of benefits that make this approach attractive: An internal candidate has established credibility as well as institutional ...
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In Recruiting, Everything Old is New Again

Let's be real. Young people do some things better than older people. And older people outshine young workers in other ways. Have you ever seen a 50-year-old centerfielder or a 25-year-old baseball manager? A provocative cover story in the most recent, ...
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Courageous Cultures: How to Unleash Your Team’s Best Ideas For a Better Bolder Future

In this time of extraordinary uncertainty and change, you’ve seen what can be done, despite constraints, as you worked to find creative, even Herculean solutions to serve your customers while keeping everyone safe. As we look beyond this immediate ...
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Should You Include Employees in Hiring Decisions?

It is important that new employees embrace and fit into your company culture. An organizations vision, mission, and values tend to reflect upper management’s competencies and beliefs. When workers share connections outside these parameters, they form ...
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Friday’s Dirty Little Secret

In case you've been living under a rock since 2007, you already know that Glassdoor has shined a spotlight on how employers treat their people (and their candidates.) How many stars do you have? Your company and your CEO each have a score. And there's no ...
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How to Spot the One Employee Who Should Never Work at Your Company

We’ve been honored to pick the brains of numerous leaders throughout our careers. In fact, we often discuss how lucky we both are to get a glimpse into how many of these leaders think. However, during one interview, we were more than surprised when David ...
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Lead With Joy

Join the founder of Menlo Innovations and author of the business culture cult classic Joy, Inc for an inspirational Master Class session on finding joy in the challenge of leading others. Rich Sheridan’s Joy, Inc told the story of how his tiny software ...
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The Cost of Silence

The role of employee voice in organizations – whether in the form of work-related complaints, participating in decision making, contributing new ideas, or providing feedback – has been topic of discussion and debate for over 200 years. The industrial ...
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4 Ways to Create a Workplace Environment that Breeds Greatness

Check out the latest news reports from Wall Street and the focus is almost always on profits and losses. How much is the market up or down? Which corporation made how much money this quarter? But in recent years, some CEOs have begun to rethink the idea ...
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