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4 Things A 360˚ Survey Should Always Provide

By Stephen Griffin on December 21, 2021 in

360˚ Surveys

A 360 survey that doesn't provide meaningful feedback fails your organization, because the organization is more likely to simply quit on feedback. This can be the death of your leaders — no feedback, no improvements.   When 360's aren't focused on ...

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2 Tips For Improving Family Business Transition

When it comes time to transition a family member into an ownership role or elevate their leadership responsibilities, it’s important to reflect on the communication of the family. With open communication, consider the vision for the company and who ...

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The Impact of Team Performance - Data to Make Improvements

By Stephen Griffin on January 20, 2017 in

Team Performance Surveys

  In the modern workplace, there are a number of factors conspiring against effective teamwork. Information overload, conflicting goals, telecommuting and high staff turnover can make it difficult for highly effective individuals to be a part of ...

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Great Leaders Are Your Retention Strategy

  Here is a tough one to reconcile: if you aren't developing others, are you a leader? Leaders, like coaches, have the task of building their team and developing talent. That means an IT Leader can lead people in a finance function - or an HR leader ...

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Identifying the Decision Maker Can Be Difficult

By Stephen Griffin on December 21, 2016 in

360˚ Surveys

It is not an easy task to close deals, if it were we would all be throwing money in the air like they do in the movies. It isn't simple, but with the right mindset, tools, and perseverance — selling to HR departments and executives can build a long ...

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5 Ways To Get More Done With Your HR Budget

  Who doesn't want to achieve more with less? It doesn't matter if we are talking about an HR budget or the grocery bill, we all want more without the higher expense — this is easy to understand. However, knowing where to spend within your HR budget ...

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