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Employee Hiring Strategies For Consulting Business Owners With Brian McComak: Podcast #271

Consulting Success

Choosing the right person to work with you is critical in business. It can be the factor that will drive your business into success or chaos. In this episode, Brian McComak, the CEO and Founder of Hummingbird Humanity, dives deep into employee hiring strategies for consulting business owners.

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4 Keys to Strategic Success in 2023

Wakeman Consulting Group: Dave's Blog

At the start of a new year, folks have predictions, resolutions, goals, and other areas of focus that too often end up as wishes pretty quickly. Instead of grand proclamations, I wanted to offer up a few pragmatic areas to focus on in 2023.

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What Clients REALLY Want to Know About Your Consulting Firms’ Approach

David A Fields

May Bezold, EVP of the Post-Revelry division at Back2Work, Inc., has asked your consulting firm for a proposal. You know from experience that if you share too little of your approach, a prospect like May won’t sign. However, sharing too much detail also leads to problems.

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Rule of Thumb #2: Use Behavioral Lenses to Innovate and Adapt to Changes

Steve Shu Consulting

Last night I had a good dinner and conversation with a long-time friend and colleague. We talked about the recently passed Secure Act 2.0 and potential behavioral implications and impacts on the ecosystem and players. For those unfamiliar with Secure Act 2.0,

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7 Ways to Supercharge Your ABM Strategy with Real-Time Intent

Streaming real-time intent is a homerun for marketing and sales’ account-based marketing (ABM) strategies. With real-time buyer insights, you can be first-in-line to provide solutions and lead better, hyper-personalized conversations.

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Failed resolutions? Here’s how to break the habit.

The Management Centre

I’m a resolution failure. It is highly likely you have already broken your new years resolution, along with almost everyone else.

How To 87

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How To Recognize Effective Project and Program Management

Johanna Rothman

Random Feature Roadmap for One Program. Several people on social media have denigrated the terms “project manager” and “program manager.”

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Rule of Thumb #1: Adopt a Portfolio Approach When Implementing Behavioral Science Initiatives

Steve Shu Consulting

While I will address return on investment (ROI) considerations in a future post, probably one of the first rules of thumb I have is to use some degree of portfolio thinking and management processes for implementing behavioral science initiatives.

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Creating Buy-in & Facilitating Change Management

UPD Consulting

“Deep and sustainable change.requires changes in behavior among those who do not welcome the change.”. Douglas B. Reeves. Addressing stakeholder resistance to a new initiative can be daunting and provoke feelings of anxiety in those trying to implement change.

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Where Is Tech Going in 2023?

Harvard Business Review

Six trends that will define the next year, according to McKinsey experts. Technology and analytics AI and machine learning Algorithms Analytics and data science Automation Blockchain Cybersecurity and digital privacy Enterprise computing Web-based technologies Digital Article

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Digitizing Logistics: Harness the Power of Data in 4 Steps

Entering a new demand gen position in a volatile market is nerve-wracking. In demand generation, data is essential for knowing who you should target and how. In this eBook, you’ll learn how to identify and target your ideal prospects using different types of data.

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One Hour per Day

CaseInterview.com

Two young men graduated from college together 20 years ago. Both men came from similar backgrounds, had similar intellects, and similar skills. Twenty years later, one of those men had progressed to be a mid-level manager in his company, while the other became the company’s CEO.

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Applied Behavioral Economics Series 2023

Steve Shu Consulting

In 2023, I’m going to experiment with series of short posts and mixed media that will try to appeal to those that are thinking of starting behavioral economics initiatives or trying to take things to the next level.

Media 195
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Why CEOs Can’t Dance Redux

Rick Conlow

Let us face it, CEOs often isolated themselves from the average employee. (We We wrote and challenged them about this seven years ago.) Most still sequester themselves in the penthouse office of the corporate headquarters.

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Don’t Underestimate Your Influence at Work

Harvard Business Review

How to recognize the influence you already have — and wield it more effectively. Managing yourself Interpersonal skills Personal growth and transformation Negotiating skills Listening skills Interpersonal communication Digital Article

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The Surprising Effects of Business Vs. Leisure Travel

*Already submitted with the first entry, please contact me if you would like me to write up again.

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Is Your ERP Project Done? Do These 3 Things Before Closing the Book.

PM Alliance

The list of activities needed to move an ERP implementation project from idea to reality is enormous, and the thought of checking off that last task can be exhilarating. But before you consider your ERP initiative truly done, there are a few closeout items that need to be handled. 1: Documentation.

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Short Blurb for Behavioral Economics and Human Behavior Project Course (AEM 4000, Spring 2023 at Cornell University)

Steve Shu Consulting

For Dyson students looking to get a short summary of what is different about my AEM 4000 section, here is short blurb: The theme for this section is around Behavioral Economics and Human Behavior. This section is designed to introduce students to the field of behavioral economics and how it can help us understand and influence human behavior.

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9 Ways For Busy Business Owners To Write A Book

Forbes Leadership

It may seem like there is no time in your busy schedule to write that book you know is in you. Here are nine ways for you to consider. Leadership Strategy /leadership-strategy Leadership /leadership Leadership Strategy /leadership-strategy leadership

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Research: Where Managers and Employees Disagree About Remote Work

Harvard Business Review

Part of the disconnect hinges on how productivity is measured. Remote work Digital Article

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16 Go-to-Market Plays for Your Entire Sales Funnel

After gathering some of the best go-to-market plays from our own B2B sales and marketing pros, we've package them here for you. Try one of these 16 plays in your next salesflow or as inspiration for your next winning sales engagement strategy.

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Do You Have Business Trouble? Can You Use Some Help?

Business Consulting Agency

A business can have trouble at times. This can even be for a good reason such as business growth. There is a wide range of reasons a business can experience trouble. Do you have business trouble? Can you use some help?

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Personal Accountability: How do I Manage Myself if My Manager Won’t Manage Me?

Effective Managers

This is a real quandary. Effective managers know that the most important part of their job is to manage their team members. This includes setting context for their work and delegating clearly their accountabilities. In other words, having personal accountability for their managerial leadership work.

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How to Create a Project Timeline in 6 Steps: A Quick Guide

Epicflow Blog

The success of any project largely depends on the efficiency of its initial planning and tracking its progress. In project management, there’s a variety of tools that make it possible to plan project work and assess the workflow from different perspectives. A project timeline is one of them.

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How to Motivate a Top Performer — When You Can’t Promote Them

Harvard Business Review

Talented employees may feel demoralized by slow career advancement. These interim strategies can help ensure their underlying needs are met. Compensation and benefits Employee incentives Developing employees Talent management Digital Article

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The 5 Stages of Account-Based Marketing — and How to Win Them All

Successfully complete the five stages of ABM: define, identify, engage, convert, and connect. We’ll show you how to create a unified system with your sales team to help them land more qualified opportunities and connect with prospects like never before.

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Make the Decision to Start the New Year Right

Makarios Consulting

Today, you as a leader may be thinking about one person on your team who just isn’t measuring up. Maybe it’s how they relate to other people – pure, plain toxicity. Perhaps it is their work – or lack of it. It could be their approach – such as a failure to conform to the company’s core values.

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Start taking advantage of these 5 trends for small business in 2023

Asamby Consulting

Running a small business? Read in this blog posts what's going to be important in 2023. Here are our small business trends for 2023. Cash flow, cash flow, cash flow The economic climate is still unstable. Inflation-rates still are at an all-time high.

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How Future-Proof Are Your Leadership Skills?

Organizational Talent Consulting

It’s that time when people start to talk about a new year. You might be entirely on board and curious about how work and leadership will be different in the future. But maybe you are feeling a bit resistant.

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Bridging Generational Divides in Your Workplace

Harvard Business Review

It’s both a culture and policy question. Diversity and inclusion Age and generational issues Corporate strategy Digital Article

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The Ultimate Guide to Executive Recruiting

Sourcing the right executive candidates and filling key managerial roles in an organization can be difficult, even in the best of times. Download this eBook to level up your discovery process, talent sourcing, and strategies for reaching your best-fit candidates.

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Make the Decision to Start the New Year Right

Makarios Consulting

Today, you as a leader may be thinking about one person on your team who just isn’t measuring up. Maybe it’s how they relate to other people – pure, plain toxicity. Perhaps it is their work – or lack of it. It could be their approach – such as a failure to conform to the company’s core values.

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At Last! First-Ever Women Referees Smash Glass Ceiling At World Cup

Simon Associates

"Ref, no way was that offsides." You call that a foul?" "Oh Oh c'mon, you're giving me a YELLOW CARD??".

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7 Tips to Manage Your Brand Effectively in 2023

Wakeman Consulting Group: Dave's Blog

I’ve taken to making lists and today I was thinking about putting together a tip sheet for an upcoming MBA-level brand management class I’m going to teach.

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