You, Inc.

ALG group seated 300What are you doing to improve You, Inc.?

Like a corporation, you have assets, skills and abilities that you market for your income and everything else you want in life.

What are you doing to improve your personal bottom line?

Call us today for an introduction to executive coaching and realize your greater personal vision for this year-- make it your best!

Enthusiastically,

Edwards A. Holliday (301)854-2388
Melba Sammons Holliday (301)854-2388
Kent McKamy (212)684-1465

Flooded Candidate Pool, Still Making Wrong Hires... Why?

First of all, you're not alone! However, the question remains: Why are we unable to make great hiring decisions? The answer is simple: BIAS. Attracting candidates is easy today. Screening out all of the unqualified to discover a superior performer is the real challenge. This challenge also means we must look at the job objectively and eliminate any biases that keep us from selecting the best candidate.

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Dysfunction in the Workplace

collaboration_teamHow Awareness and Communication Improve Team Dynamics

In Patrick Lencioni's best-selling book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, he tells a tale of a firm's executive team struggling with utter dysfunction.  Ineffective communication, multiple egos, fear, office politics and judgmental attitudes were all contributing to the absence of dynamics and poor performance.

Does this sound familiar to you?
Have you experienced a dysfunctional team in your caree
r?

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The True Value of Talent Management

Beyond salary and sales, there are many important aspects of talent management that are often not tied to the bottom line. Yet, "dollarizing" the value of talent management initiatives is vital to bottom-line analysis. Whether you are placing a value or cost on your current status, or calculating the ROI of your next talent management strategy, metrics that assess the monetary value will help you see the true effect on the bottom-line.

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