Monthly Archives: November 2016

Freakonomics — Discover

At the online hub for Freakonomics, Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner have expanded upon their 2005 bestselling book of the same name — with a blog, radio show, and more. via Freakonomics — Discover

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Manager Bias in Hiring: The Fix

by Adam Hickman and Kevin Campbell STORY HIGHLIGHTS Leaders need to understand their managers’ biases Systematic hiring processes will counteract unconscious biases Aim talent decisions toward measurable business objectives Like all humans, hiring managers have biases. The question is: Which … Continue reading

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3 Surprising Ways to Lead – Even if You Haven’t Led Before — Leadership Freak

You might be a great leader if you stopped shooting yourself in the foot. 5 self-defeating leadership behaviors: Asking too many questions about the past. Allowing narrow bands of competence to blind you to wide bands of incompetence. Being great … Continue reading

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My Top 5 Strengths Are

My top 5 strengths are Maximizer/Arranger/Positivity/Self-Assurance & Individualization Want to Learn Yours? Let Me Know

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