Three Things Millennials Want From Management

2016 is upon us, and executives are evaluating talent gaps on their teams and the subsequent hiring decisions that will be necessary. In searching for new talent, a fresh crop of millennials is likely to spring up in company’s applicant pools.  They’re bright! They’re …

Leaders Read These Top Blog Posts in 2015

What did leaders read most on our blog in 2015? We were curious, too. Find inspiration by reading these: 1. The Top 3 Challenges Facing Leaders Today 2. How Do You Write a Resignation Letter? 3. Conflict: An Unwelcome Guest …

Goal Setting: Don’t Dread It, Do It

What Are Your Goals for 2016? It’s the holidays!  Time for time off. Time to set goals–and develop a plan to achieve them. Maybe you’re the type who’d rather hit the “snooze” button when it comes time to goal setting.  …

3 Tips for a Tough Talent Market

The long holiday weekend gave me a chance to catch up on some reading.  Two articles from the Cincinnati Enquirer stuck with me.  The first, “Area Jobless Rate Lowest in 14 Years” by Fatima Hussein, mentioned that the jobless rate …

The Ultimate Corporate Gift

At this time of year, many employers wish to demonstrate their gratitude for their employees with a holiday ham or even a monetary gift.  Employers may think of this as more than a kind gesture.  They may perceive that holiday …

Conflict: An Unwelcome Guest at the Table?

“The most wonderful” time of the year is upon us!  Food! Gifts! Carols! Conflict?  Families that work together will soon gather ‘round holiday tables. Requests like “Please pass the turkey” inevitably get sandwiched between the latest company news.  When this …

The Talent Crisis in the Middle Market

We are always seeking educational and engaging topics for ourselves and clients to stay current on relevant topics. One of the organizations that consistently delivers incredible thought leadership on a variety of topics includes the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG.) There …

Nonprofit Involvement: 11 Points to Ponder

A lively discussion of the benefits of nonprofit board involvement was the focus of October’s Execunet meeting.  Special thanks to our panel, Elizabeth Pierce, CEO of the Cincinnati Museum Center, and renowned community leaders Doug Bolton of Cushman & Wakefield and …

What Got You Here: Tips for Transition

High level professionals often thrive on projects and accomplishing the things they set out to do. A lot of those things are externally focused. If there is one thing successful senior leaders are good at, it is execution. Whether that …

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