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Loyalty vs. Tenure | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

If your organization confuses loyalty and tenure there is trouble on the horizon…If your business rates tenure higher than performance as a measure for employee evaluation, it is time for you to consider updating your talent management practices and procedures.

Drinking the Talent Kool-Aid | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

Even worse is when those sound-bites are used in an attempt to make statements which embolden a corporate position that doesn’t really even exist to begin with. then you are likely just paying lip service to the value of talent.

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The Disconnected Leader | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

The harsh reality is that great numbers of leaders continue to operate in a vacuum by sequestering themselves away in the corner office and attempting to lead from afar. Trust me when I tell you that being out of touch is never a good position to find yourself in as the CEO.

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A Couple Reasons to Smile About

Women on Business

After a year of uncertainty and tumult, Congress finally got around to making some crucial decisions in the last month of 2010. The Bush tax cuts, set to expire after December 31, 2010, had lowered most income tax brackets, capital gains and dividend tax rates over the past decade.

Marketing Success | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

That said, my typical pro-marketing position assumes that certain key fundamentals are in place to insure that the lunatics don’t somehow become in charge of the asylum. Remember that good marketing adds value, leverage, and velocity to your vision.

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Make Peace with Your Unlived Life

Harvard Business Review

This stream of consciousness carried Tina to deeper, more revealing questions. What if all her choices had been in response to what others expected? Tina increasingly began to question herself. She remembered how as an adolescent she had always been preoccupied with: “What do people want me to do? And who do they want me to be?” Jung believed that unless we come to terms with our shadow side, we are condemned to become its unwitting victim.