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understanding corporate culture

Understanding Corporate Culture

  Editor’s note: We are pleased to share this guest post from Ken Ackerman, President of the Ackerman Company, a management advisory service in Columbus, Ohio. Ken is a respected thought leader in logistics and warehousing management, and edits and...

Communication the bridge to healthy organizational culture

Communication: The Bridge to Healthy Organizational Culture

  We are pleased to share a guest post from Maria Stevens, a coach who is dedicated to helping leaders achieve their personal and professional goals through training classes, coaching programs, and specialized consulting engagements focused on helping companies...

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Best Practices for Solving Your People Problems

Featuring Certified EOS Implementer™ Alex Freytag of ProfitWorks   Have you put off acting on a “people issue”? If you’ve hesitated to take action with an employee that seems to be in the wrong seat, you’re in good company....

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The Right Way to Solve Your People Problems

Featuring Certified EOS Implementer™ Alex Freytag of ProfitWorks   We recently published a post about why confidential searches are the wrong way to handle the replacement of “problem employees.” In this post, we are going to talk about the...

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Introducing VisionSpark’s New Logo

January 11, 2019 Introducing our new logo… Exciting news! After seven years in business, we are updating our logo as part of the ongoing evolution of the VisionSpark brand. Just as we help clients grow through strategic hiring, our...

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The Power of Vulnerability

  This guest post is from Alex Freytag, Certified EOS Implementer, of ProfitWorks, LLC. Many teams gloss over the Level 10 Meeting check-in with good news like, “I had a good weekend” or “The weather is nice.” I recently...

Is your employer brand repelling applicants

Is Your Employer Brand Hurting Your Bottom Line?

  Key points: Your employer brand is influencing your ability to attract candidates, particularly higher quality candidates with lower salaries. Your employer brand may also be hurting your sales. Most employers grossly underestimate the impact of an employer brand...



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