Category: talent

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The Relationship between Practice and Strategy

In the early 1990s, a research psychologist named K. Anders Ericsson, along with two of his associates from Berlin’s Academy of Music, designed a study to compare the differences between the violinists...

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Strengths-Based Strategy

A key aspect of CMOE’s Applied Strategic Thinking® Model involves determining strengths and using those strengths to create a solid strategic approach to work and life. Recent research by the Gallup Management...

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5 Reasons Why Top Talent Leave Their Jobs

We put together an infographic on the top 5 reasons top talent leave their jobs. Enjoy! FREE: add this infographic to your website! 600 Pixel Wide Version <a href="https://cmoe.com/5-reasons-why-top-talent-leave-their-jobs" mce_href="https://cmoe.com/5-reasons-why-top-talent-leave-their-jobs"><img src="https://cmoe.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/[email protected]" mce_src="https://cmoe.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/[email protected]"...

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Overhaul a Culture of Losing

Recently, an interview with Buck Showalter, Manager of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team was shown on the television.  It caught my attention because the Orioles have had many losing seasons and there...

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Perservere! Adherence and Persistence is Often the Missing Piece

Olympic sprinter Florence Griffith Joyner believed that running was a mental game.  She said: “Every day I tell myself I’m not going to allow anything to stop me.  I try to see...

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Understanding Communication In A Fast Moving World

OMG, RU GOING CRAZY :) = Oh My Goodness, Are You Going Crazy! Can you read the above line?  If you can’t, it is because technological communication is rapidly changing into encrypted...

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5 Keys In Building A Global Company

Several years ago I was invited to participate on an industry association panel, discussing "offshoring," (which means outsourcing globally). Having been a senior leader in a global company for many years, I...

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Cutting Edge Skills for Training and Facilitation: Colors to Enhance Your Training

Trainers and facilitators often use color to enhance the corporate training experience.  Whether it be PowerPoint slide backgrounds, markers for flipcharts, or bright colored handouts, different colors can elicit different responses in...

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Cutting Edge Skills for Training and Facilitation: Increasing Participantion

There are a number of ways trainers, facilitators, and consultants can increase strategic training participation.  Below are just a few ideas to help you get started. 1. When participants ask you a question,...

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Qualities of Leadership – Failure and Success

REACHING FOR GLORY As the Summer Olympics Games recently came to a close. I reflected back on the games. I remember that during the opening ceremonies, contingents from each represented country walked...

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