This is the perfect time of year to sit down with your employees and discuss how they’re doing and how they’re feeling. By investing your time you could significantly increase your employee retention.
The holiday season is upon us and it is certainly one of my favorite times of the year. I love seeing the process of our neighborhood transform from the dull brown of late fall to a wintery wonderland with colorful lights and decorations.
According to Linkedin, 57 percent of the business leaders surveyed said they believe soft skills are most important. Skills and education can be obtained but translating these into influence and results requires more. The most sought after soft skills in 2018 are leadership, communication, collaboration, and time management.
In this extremely tight labor market you can increase the probability of acquiring top talent and elevating your brand by tweaking a few things.
The number 13 is following me. I celebrated 13 years with Aureus Group back in August, and as of Friday, October 26th, I have been in this crazy recruiting industry for 4,822 days! In so many ways, I feel like I've grown up here. Aureus Group really took a chance on me. I had ZERO
Ghosted, by definition, is to end a relationship (personal or professional) with someone by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication. My colleague, Monya, kicked off this blog series last week with her blog, Facing the Ghosts in Hiring, so I wanted to finish it off with my personal experiences and things I have
The last few weeks we have all been surrounded by leaves changing colors, cool temperatures, and the spooky sights of Halloween. Along with the signs of the season, there has been a lot of conversation recently about "ghosting."
Many of my executive candidates have a background in AI (artificial intelligence) or have a passion for it but they all have one thing in common - they want to learn more about how it can be applied as a leader.
We talk to candidates everyday about why they are wanting to explore new opportunities. Sometimes it's because of a conflict with their manager, other times maybe it's that they feel undervalued and underappreciated.
When you think of executive presence what comes to mind? Is it the sharp dressed individual who seems to captivate a room when they enter it? Although these two things may in fact be true, many industry professionals say that executive presence is the “ability to give off a general sense of poise, confidence, decisiveness