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Hiring for Fit

Ask a hiring manager what they want and you will typically hear: “I want the best, most talented candidate for the job.” The answer is seemingly simple, but what does it really mean? How can you ensure that a candidate is really the best fit for your organization?

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Am I Ready to be CEO? Part I of the BPI Institute for Leadership's CEO Series

You think you have what it takes to be CEO, but have you considered whether the role will really meet your long-term needs and aspirations? Are you prepared for the sacrifices and responsibilities?

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Re-Positioning for Growth: Three Ways to Make Learning "Stick"

In order for your organization to remain competitive in today’s market, your employees need to continue to develop their skills. How can you make sure those training and development programs are sustainable and “stick” with employees?

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The New Rules of Engagement: Focusing Leaders on Collaboration and Engagement

The world of work has changed. Collaboration and engagement – rather than command and control – are the new keys to business success. How can you teach leaders to work more effectively in this new environment?

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The ROI of Executive Coaching: Insights from CEOs

Organizations are increasingly turning to executive coaching to enhance the performance of their current leaders, and their future, high-potential leaders. Do you know how, why and when coaching is most effective?

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Re-Engaging Your Workforce: U.S. Workers Report a Sharp Drop in Perception of Managers and Leaders

According to a recent study by the BPI group Institute for Leadership, only 32% of U.S. employees have a “very good” opinion of their direct manager. That figure is even more alarming when you consider that 78% of employees indicate their direct manager has a strong impact on how connected they feel to their organization.

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