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Written on Apr, 08, 2017 by in , | Leave a comment
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Here’s a checklist of questions you should ask when qualifying a job candidate. Is their experience:
1. Verifiable
“Please provide us with references of people who you have worked for or with and we will check them out regarding the following.” Don’t be lazy about checking them. You shouldn’t necessarily believe what someone says about themselves until you check with the people they have done it for.

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Written on Jan, 01, 2017 by in , ,
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I can’t believe I’m about to share with you the simplest way I make money from helping any board, executive, management, team or other meeting. My hope is that it will make you chuckle and see how it could work, more than it will make you snicker. CONTINUE READING

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Written on Jul, 31, 2015 by in
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September 28, 2015 NACD Global Summit, Washington, D.C. (click on image to enlarge) Rating of the Panel participants:

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Written on Jul, 25, 2015 by in
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How to Increase Trust, Confidence and Cooperation in the Boardroom You will learn: – What causes resistance to trust, confidence and cooperation – What builds trust, confidence and cooperation – What do to when trust, confidence and cooperation is replaced by distrust, doubt and conflict Register before July 31 and save $1000  

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Written on Jul, 15, 2015 by in
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Agenda Bias = Orientation, Observation and Confirmation Biases (that prevent objectivity) Transactional Myopia = Find the deal, do the deal, next deal Momentum Blindness = When you haven’t got time for the plan With more and more companies succumbing to agenda bias , transactional myopia and momentum blindness, having the oversight from a Board is becoming increasing important to mitigate …

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Written on Jul, 09, 2015 by in
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You can be smart and persuade some people or be present and influence everyone What is presence and why is it so important to leadership and beyond? Presence is in the eye and ear and gut of the beholder. When you are totally present in a conversation or in a meeting, others around you perceive you as totally focused on …

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Written on Jun, 19, 2015 by in
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Where there’s a way, there’s a will As we explained on our home page: “CEO’s from early stage to Fortune 100 hire the Goulston Group to provide a process to create better Vision, Strategy and Execution.” When people at conferences, business meetings and elsewhere ask us what that means, we explain to them: Better Vision = Products and services that …

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