Lower Leadership Stress Today

Wise leaders surround themselves with the right people

If you are a business owner or the manager of a large division, you feel daily pressure to perform.  It affects everything you do:  your time, your health, and your sleep.  Stress is normal – and can be healthy as we outlined in this article – however, it would do you a lot of good […]

The Metropolitan Club Hires Joe Hoffecker as Executive Director

Joe Hoffecker

Centennial was honored to represent this executive search engagement which ultimately led to a great leader, Joe Hoffecker, who will continue the Metropolitan Club’s mission to serve the region and The Met Club members with excellence. COVINGTON, KY – March 27, 2019 – The Metropolitan Club, Greater Cincinnati’s unique and distinctive private business club since […]

Make Your Organization’s Last Impression a Good One

4 reasons exiting employees should have a good departure

When an employee announces their resignation, a lengthy “to do” list ensues – that’s just a fact. There are exit interviews to be conducted, responsibilities to shift, paperwork to be completed, and security credentials to manage. Frankly, it can be a hassle when an employee moves on; a natural reaction of those “left behind” can […]

Progressive Employers are Finding New Retention Solutions: Here are 4

There are many factors that make attracting and retaining top talent extremely hard.  One of our biggest challenges today is the low unemployment rate.  Basically everyone who is ready, willing and able to work, is already employed. That’s why it is so important to find and implement new retention solutions. Employers across the nation cannot […]

Finding Purpose Begins at the End: The Tombstone Principle

tombstone

We all long for purpose.  It’s hard-wired into us to desire a meaningful life:  A life that matters and has impact.  Our quest to find that purpose drives us.  Too often, however, our purpose eludes us and we spend endless time searching but never finding.  That is why I recommend The Tombstone Principle. The Tombstone […]

How to Subscribe and Review a Podcast

Apple Podcast and iTunes

Subscribing to a podcast makes accessing your favorite podcasts a whole lot easier.  And leaving a review is a huge benefit to other curious listeners.  Despite these clear benefits, the process to subscribe and review can be a little tricky.  For that reason, we put together step-by-step directions to help make it easier for you. […]

Goering Center Family & Private Business Awards Gala

Goering Center Award

The Centennial team is honored to be chosen for the 2018 Goering Center Family & Private Business Award for Family Businesses with 1-15 employees.  The awards gala was an incredible celebration of family and private businesses, topped off with extraordinary tribute to John Goering, the Goering Center founder and chairman, who will soon become chairman […]

Centennial Selected As “Family Business of the Year” by Goering Center for Family & Private Business

Mike Sipple Jr. and Mike Sipple Sr. Also Honored as "Volunteers of the Year"

Centennial Inc. is proud to be named the winner of the 19th Annual 2018 Goering Center Family & Private Business Award. Northern Kentucky – Cincinnati, Ohio September 13, 2018 – Centennial Talent Strategy and Executive Search is the recipient of the 2018 Goering Center Family & Private Business Award for Family Businesses with 1-15 employees. […]

Winning at Retention – a case study to model

A close look at James Sinegal, Costco's co-founder and former CEO

When you run an international retail chain and your turnover is 12%, you’re doing something right.  In an industry with soaring turnover rates, James (Jim) Sinegal, Costco’s co-founder and former CEO, set a high bar for cultivating a work environment that people don’t want to leave.  If he can produce this kind of retention results […]

Equip Yourself to Lead Well

Take a lesson from back-to-school shopping and prepare yourself for the year ahead

For the last several weeks, back-to-school sales have overtaken stores of every shape and size.  They know students will come, armed with a long list of required supplies, to stock up for the school year. These purchases are meant to prepare and equip the students for the work ahead. This is a good exercise we […]