Lessons in Leadership

From hiring the best, to developing and retaining your talent, read our latest to accelerate you and your team’s leadership potential.
Do Your Interviews Feel Like a Bad Blind Date?

Do Your Interviews Feel Like a Bad Blind Date?

Let’s face it, the hiring process can be a grind. We’ve all experienced a painful interview. They are akin to blind dates gone very badly.   And when you find yourself in this situation as a hiring manager, you quickly start looking for the exit door. The last...

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Supporting Employees’ Wellbeing During Reentry

Supporting Employees’ Wellbeing During Reentry

As we start to reenter the workplace, there is much discussion about employee wellbeing both mental and physical. Those companies who have figured out how to promote employee wellbeing see the power of creating “humanized employee experiences” enjoy the benefits of...

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Learning Cultures Will Survive and Thrive

Learning Cultures Will Survive and Thrive

So, your training and development budget has been cut, now what? Employee development has been shown to increase employee retention especially with the Millennial generation. So, if you don’t want to lose talent, you need to get creative. There are plenty of low cost,...

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Post Pandemic Leadership Challenges

Post Pandemic Leadership Challenges

In my Hiring for Success workshop, one of the exercises is developing your company story, what makes your company different? Applicants need to feel a connection with their potential employer and stories are a good way to connect the story. In this article which talks...

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Three Ways to Make Work a Place of Learning

Three Ways to Make Work a Place of Learning

One of the most neglected aspects of company culture, but one of the most important for innovation and success, is the creation and sustaining of a learning culture. A learning culture isn’t just something that happens by hiring intelligent people; it is a conscious...

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Cultivating Patience When the World Won’t Comply

Cultivating Patience When the World Won’t Comply

Over the past few months we have all had our patience tested to some degree. For some it has been more challenging than others. Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries provides the reader with some great techniques to exercise your “patience muscle”.  I personally have been...

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Beth Armknecht Miller’s passion for learning and dedication to bringing out the best in others are strands woven throughout her career and are found in her work with Executive Velocity, a top talent and leadership development advisory firm.