“T.J. Bugg and Mike Sipple, Jr. Discuss Retained Searches and Recruitment Process”
by Crystal Faulkner and Tom Cooney

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MCM Business Wise Interview

T.J. Bugg and Mike Sipple, Jr. were recently interviewed by Crystal Faulkner and Tom Cooney of MCM Advisors on retained search and the recruitment process.

BusinessWise Radio profiles highly successful people, companies, organizations and relevant issues throughout the Cincinnati, Ohio region.

BusinessWise airs on: WMKV | WLHS-FM 89.3 & 89.9; Mon – Fri at 7:30 am & 6:40 pm.

When an Executive Search Firm is Unnecessary

What to consider if you want to try a search on your own

Many organizations feel an executive search firm is not worth the expense.  They are of the opinion that they can do everything internally that an executive search firm would do and by doing it themselves, they can save a bunch of money.  That could be. I’ve identified 4 components that will help you identify if […]

“T.J. Bugg and Mike Sipple, Jr. on Employee Recruiting and Corporate Culture”
by Crystal Faulkner and Tom Cooney

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MCM Business Wise Interview

T.J. Bugg and Mike Sipple, Jr. were recently interviewed by Crystal Faulkner and Tom Cooney of MCM Advisors on executive search, corporate culture and winning the talent war.

BusinessWise Radio profiles highly successful people, companies, organizations and relevant issues throughout the Cincinnati, Ohio region.

BusinessWise airs on: WMKV | WLHS-FM 89.3 & 89.9; Mon – Fri at 7:30 am & 6:40 pm.

Goering Center Names New President

Carol Butler hired as the next President of the country’s largest university-based educational resource for family and private businesses. Cincinnati, Ohio – Oct. 10, 2017 – Carol Butler has been named president of the University of Cincinnati’s Goering Center for Family & Private Business. She succeeds Larry Grypp who served in the role for nearly […]

3 Leadership Lessons Learned from Breast Cancer

There's a lot to learn from a life-threatening disease

You are never the same after you hear the words, “you have cancer.”  As much as no one ever wants to hear those words, you can learn a lot from the battle. I’ve been diagnosed with cancer 3 times, the most recent being breast cancer in 2015. I can easily see 3 lessons that I […]

Servant Leader vs. Selfish Leader – and Why It Matters

How your motives affect your business

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Leaders are driven to succeed.  It’s a necessary quality that moves society forward, that finds solutions to problems, and improves our quality of life.  However, as with anything, that drive can be too extreme and too self-focused.  That’s what we want to examine.  Who are you serving in your drive to succeed? Your Motives Determine […]

It All Comes Back to the Customer

Are you busy doing the right things?

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It’s Monday! I am sure your week is chock-full of busyness.  However, are the “right” things on your to-do list? A great way to answer this question is to evaluate each task on your list against this question:  How will this [task/meeting/lunch/phone call] benefit our customer? In other words, if your customers reviewed your list, […]

List of Employer Branding Consultants

Centennial President, Mike Sipple, Jr., was listed by HRmarketer as a top Employer Branding Consultant. It is an honor to be on a list with so many great consultants and friends. We want to say thank you to HRmarketer for including us and congratulations to all who made the list.

Here’s to guiding organizations in making their employment brand a competitive advantage.

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A “Spoonful of Stress” Helps the “Medicine” Go Down?

Be A Warrior, Not a Worrier

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Mary Poppins was onto something when she melodically declared, “a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.”  Unfortunately, there’s a lot more stress available than sugar in the average day.  But fortunately, a “spoonful of stress” can also be quite motivating when you need to tackle a big job. It’s all a matter of […]