Harvard Business Review on Finding & Keeping the Best People: A book review by Bob Morris

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Erickson Harvard Business Review on Finding & Keeping the Best People Various Contributors Harvard Business Review Press How to recruit [comma] hire [comma] onboard [comma] and retain the workers who possess the character James Waldroop Jean Martin Lynda Gratton’s “What It Means to Work Here” Portfolio/Penguin prevent “your company’s top talent from jumping ship as good replacements become harder to get” talent Thomas J.

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Why do some talented executives fail?

Coaching Tip

In their book, Maximum Success: Changing the Twelve Behavior Patterns That Keep You From Getting Ahead , James Waldroop and Timothy Butler identify twelve behavior patterns--what they call "Achilles' heels" — that can harm, or seriously hinder, a person's career development.

Accidental Leaders

Coaching Tip

In their book, " Maximum Success: Changing the Twelve Behavior Patterns That Keep You From Getting Ahead ," James Waldroop and Timothy Butler identify twelve behavior patterns — what they call 'Achilles' heels' — that can harm, or seriously hinder, a person's career development. Most new managers are in the dark about what it takes to be successful.

Make Work Meaningful for Your Freelancers, Too

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The concept, introduced by Timothy Butler and James Waldroop, allows people to make small changes to a role or assignment to better tap into an individual’s skills, experiences, or work preferences so that they stay engaged. Suparat Malipoom/EyeEm/Getty Images. It’s your job as a manager to make work meaningful for the members of your team. But what about the freelancers with whom you work? Have you stopped to consider how they’re finding meaning in their careers?