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November 2015

Snakes in the C-Suite

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By: Linda Henman A recent edition of People reported that the Discovery Channel had filmed adventurer Paul Rosolie being eaten alive by a giant anaconda.  But the magazine went to press too soon; it didn’t happen. With sterling intentions, Rosolie donned a high-tech carbon fiber suit with breathing and communications…

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Deciding Between Two Jobs

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By: Taunee Besson You have a high-class problem! You’ve been offered two excellent positions, both of which have their pros and cons. You’ve gone over and over the issues, and you can’t decide which one to take. You must make your decision within the next three days. What do you…

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Should You Promote Underperformers?

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By: Maurice Gilbert, Managing Partner of Conselium Executive Search There’s an old adage: “Hire slowly and fire fast.” On its face, that statement makes sense, and it’s right up there with, “Marry in haste, repent in leisure.” But sometimes even the best advice needs to get turned on its head, according to…

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