Category Archives: Recruitment & Retention

The Kolbe Continuum: Getting the right people in the right seat

In previous blogs, I’ve shared my own reasons for using a formal assessment system to make sure that the right people are on the bus (that’s hiring and recruitment) and that the right people are sitting in the right seats … Continue reading

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The Kolbe Index: Focusing on your unique strengths

In the last blog, I shared why I feel that a formal assessment system is important for any organization hoping to place the right person in the right job – which is an essential element of a Great Workplace Revolution. Today, … Continue reading

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The Kolbe Assessment: Is this the perfect tool?

The hiring and assessment tools we use, after having tested and evaluated most of the major systems on the market (as well as a number of minor ones!)  the Kolbe RightFit program, offered by Kolbe Corp. (www.kolbe.com). Kolbe’s system makes … Continue reading

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Creating a Learning Organization

We work with a lot of organizations that ask us for our help and guidance in designing and setting up things like a “training room,” or “training center,” or even (if customers are looking for assistance with curriculum development) the … Continue reading

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Intergenerational Communication Assessment Tool

Did you know that no less than five very different generations will be sharing the workplace in the year 2020? That’s an unprecedented state of affairs, and one that is already leading to some major challenges in the workplace. Very … Continue reading

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A new definition of presenteeism

One of the reasons I decided to write this book was to combat a major challenge that most workplaces in America are now facing, a challenge that America itself must overcome if it is to remain a global leader in … Continue reading

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