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You’re Thinking About Trust All Wrong (Here’s How To Correct That)

Author: Bruce Weinstein — Trust may be the most commonly used word in corporate values statements. It’s great that companies are increasingly recognizing the value of trust, but there’s a lot of misunderstanding about what trust is. Let’s take a closer look. Why Trust Is So Important “Trust, not money, is the currency of business […]

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A Case For Building A Better Termination Process

Author: Anthony Paradiso — In a unique turn of events, James Comey, former FBI Director, was terminated by President Donald Trump on May 9, 2017.  From a human resource perspective, it is important to understand the manner in which Mr. Comey was fired and briefly discuss the way Mr. Comey’s termination process should have been […]

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Have you heard?! Emails are the new ‘cover letters’ …

Author: Laura Mazzullo — Many things have changed in the world of job-searching in the last few years. One of the most noticeable changes has been the apparent demise of cover letters. I personally have enjoyed reading through many a well-written cover letter in order to gain a better insight into a candidate and their […]

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How To Help A Perfectionist

Author: Dennis E. Gilbert — Many people might quickly agree that the drive to do things right is a good quality to have. Can it go too far? How do you help a perfectionist? Many psychological studies have found that perfectionism correlates with depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns. Interesting stuff, but for the most part […]

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The Applied Guide: How Behavioral Economics Makes Everything Better, Vol. 2, Part 2

Author: Jordan Birnbaum — Set the Default to SUCCESS In Part 1 of this post we described a few foundational ideas to provide context for why the default option is so important and so effective as a tool to drive behavior. So if the terms “System 1 and System 2 thinking,” “mindless choosing,” “choice architecture” or “libertarian […]

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