cost of hire in a failed executive

Cost of Hire is High in Executive Failure due to Poor Talent Acquisition

When the initial cost of hire becomes the mindset in talent acquisition, the road to executive failure increases.  The cost of hire Several times over my career in Executive Search I find myself working with a candidate who believes they are an ideal fit for a retained search assignment I am conducting. The cost of […]

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Business Leadership Ethics in Recruiting

Leadership Ethics and Habits That Inspire Others to Follow

In 25 plus years I’ve had the opportunity to work with some great executives that possess leadership ethics whose characteristics separate these individuals from the rest.  One of the most compelling definitions of a leader is an individual whose mere presence inspires the desire to follow. When asked if leaders are born or bred, the general consensus […]

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recruiting customer loyalty

Customer Loyalty – Improving it with Engagement and Support

Customer Loyalty Statistics For every customer complaint, there are 26 other customers who have remained silent. 9 out of 10 unsatisfied customers would not willingly do business with your organization again. ~ Source: Lee Resource Inc. 19 out of 20 satisfied customers who get their issue resolved will return and tell on average 5 people […]

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the Security Vulnerabilities IoT Medical Devices on wireless networks

Security Vulnerabilities IoT Medical Devices on Wi-Fi Networks

The Internet-of-Things (IoT) is gradually realizing a radical transformation of healthcare services based on the deployment of numerous medical devices, which already represent a considerable segment of the billions of internet-connected devices that are nowadays available.  The security vulnerabilities IoT medical devices affects many different types of in-hospital equipment including diagnostic equipment (e.g., MRI (Magnetic Resonance […]

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Zero rating

Zero Rating – Growing trends in mobile network operators usage

A report on zero rating by the Federal Communications Commission just a week and a half before the inauguration of Donald Trump said that zero rating violates net neutrality rules. “Zero-rated” applications do not count toward data caps or usage allowance imposed by internet service providers. Forbes staff writer Parmy Olson called the report “too […]

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