decision making

Recruiting to Your Culture

Today our guest is Skip Hall, who is a recruiting specialist, senior executive coach and speaker. Skip spent his career as a college football coach and translates lessons from the field into business lessons for his clients. Skip gives us the key to identifying your culture, hiring to fit that culture, and why recruiting should be more about attracting than convincing.

How to Know When To Leave Your Job

By Skip Hall, Fast Company, July 2015

Most of us have done it—stayed in a job so long we started getting complacent, or worse. Then there's the reverse problem—leaving a job too early and ending up with something that isn't what we hoped for.

The 4 Rs of High-Stakes Decision Making

Decisiveness is often cited as a desirable trait in leaders. Definitions of decisive include “having the power to decide; conclusive” and “characterized by decision and firmness; resolute.” Yes, a leader must make decisions, but effectiveness depends on when and how the decision is made, not just that it was made.

Read The 4 Rs of High-Stakes Decision Making

Strategy + Business, September 2014

Executive Decision Making

Decision making is the ability to analyze all aspects of a situation to gain thorough insight to make decisions.
Effective decision making is one of the most valuable attributes of executives and leaders in today’s challenging world.  Ron Price, co-author of The Complete Leader, shares his presentation, Executive Decision Making, on the important new insights on decision-making.

What Do You Expect to Happen?

In Management Challenges for the 21st Century, Peter Drucker wrote, "Whenever you make a key decision or take a key action, write down what you expect will happen. Nine or twelve months later, compare the actual results with your expectations.I have been practicing this method for fifteen to twenty years now and every time I do it, I am surprised."

How Our Behaviors, Motivators Directly Tie to Skill Development

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