As a Leader, Do You Have a Green Thumb?

3 tips on cultivating healthy growth in your team


How green is your thumb when it comes to cultivating high-producing teams?  Do you throw a few available people together and expect great results?  Just like a green thumb in the garden, you must give proper care and consideration for your team to see award-winning results.  What can you do to develop a thriving team?  […]

Join Us for Leadercast 2018

Lead Yourself Before You Lead Others

Join us for Leadercast 2018 – The World’s Largest Leadership Simulcast (Broadcast live from Atlanta, GA to hundreds of sites worldwide!) Are you a Leader Worth Following? The world is looking for great leaders to follow. In order to become those leaders to the outside, we have to lead ourselves first. We must walk the […]

The Fido Factor: What Dogs Can Teach You about Great Leadership

Insights from guest blogger Krissi Barr

Krissi Barr, executive coach, corporate strategist, author and friend of Centennial, has helped businesses of all sizes make the most of their resources.  We are honored to share some of her leadership insights with you today. Dogs have a natural genius for leadership. We arrived at this conclusion after many years of painstaking research, which […]

Yay You! You Got the Job – Now What?

4 out of 10 promoted leaders fail in the first 18 months!

promoting employees

Brent Carter, Sr. Consultant and Executive Coach with Leadership Excelleration Inc., shares some surprising facts and helpful onboarding strategies for achieving success in a new role. You’ve finally landed that new position!  Now, you’re ready to assume your role.  It’s exciting to think about the possibilities that lay ahead and to begin plotting out the […]

To Invest in Your Biggest Asset, Elevate HR

Your people are your competitive advantage


If you surveyed a group of CEOs and asked them what they consider their organization’s biggest asset, I’m certain their instant reply would be, “our people.”  Ask that same group of CEOs about their top concern for the organization and the answer might vary. What should their top concern be? Logic says that if the […]

A Succession Plan: You Need One Unless…

The topic of succession planning may not be one you want to pull out of Pandora’s box just yet. I understand. However, the fallout of not addressing this topic early enough can be quite devastating. Since we don’t know what the next year – much less the next three years – will hold, it’s important […]

America’s Low Unemployment Rate and Your Talent

8 tips for being an attractive organization inside and out

America’s incredibly low unemployment rate sounds phenomenal as a stand-alone metric.  However, if you back up and look at its ripple effect, you’ll see many challenges that come from the economy being at, or near, full employment. The natural repercussions of such a low unemployment rate, such as wage inflation and shrinking talent pools, affect […]

Curriculum Vitae, a Resume, and Other Job Seeking Documents

Appropriate documents for your next job search

resume writing

When you’re launching a job search, it is key to get your documents updated and organized so that you can act quickly when you learn of a high potential position.  The question is, “What documents do you need?”  Let’s take a look at the best documents to have ready and available when you’re applying for […]

Giving Back to the Community

Becky Scheeler, Centennial’s VP of Client Engagement, serves as the Board Secretary for Impact 100.  Impact 100 empowers women to dramatically improve lives by collectively funding significant grants that make a lasting impact in our community.

Centennial puts great value in volunteering, recognizing it as a win for ourselves and for the community.

Becky shares the benefits of serving with Impact 100 in this article