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Ben Dattner shares a post and link to an article published in the New York Times.    Access the article on LinkedIn.

Tineke Keesmaat shares a podcast from the Hybrid Workplace series. In this episode, building culture in a hybrid workplace is discussed. Our third discussion on hybrid captures insights and practical ideas from business leaders, consultants and academics about how leaders can build great culture in hybrid workplaces. Company culture matters. Strong culture is linked to […]

If you are wondering what steps you should take to build diversity into your business strategy, consider these six steps from Christy Johnson. There is no doubt that team dynamics drive strategic performance. Properly aligning various competencies to match a current strategic challenge can mean the difference between success and failure. However, what truly makes […]

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Paul Sims shares an article that reveals how companies look at prospective employees to determine if they are a good fit for the company. At Kredible, we do a lot of research. In our research study in July 2015, we asked hiring managers across the country how a candidate’s online presence affects the hiring process. […]

Marja Fox shares her expertise on building a positive and productive company culture in this blog that identifies the value of having fun at work.  Everyone hates consultants. We are the business world’s equivalent of lawyers. So, introducing yourself to a new set of clients can be a bit fraught; they already hold a host […]


Matt Ahlers shares a concise article on a talent strategy for data scientists. It’s not uncommon for firms to face several core challenges recruiting, developing, and retaining data scientists and technical leaders. Below are several reasons why: Hiring teams don’t really understand what they’re looking for. Data science is marketing genius but remains a foggy […]


In this article for the Harvard Business Review, Ben Dattner explains why you should interview people who turn down a job with your company. Successfully competing for top talent involves both selling jobs to the best candidates and retaining the highest performing incumbents. In order to be seen as an employer of choice with a […]

In this article, Dan Markovitz explores what makes a company a healthy one. What is a healthy person? We can argue over specific metrics, but we’d all agree that we have to account for physical as well as mental/emotional health. What is a healthy organization? As with individuals, there will be disagreement over metrics, but […]


In this article, Paul Millerd explains why working at McKinsey changed how he thought about organizations, culture, values and the idea of “high performance”. Driving to work that day I was filled with excitement. It was not a feeling I had associated with work in the past.As I drove into the parking garage, I still […]

Darryl Stickel shares an article that explores building trust in a hostile environment. Amid the smoke and rubble of destroyed buildings stand a defiant Ukrainian people.  They are determined to protect their homeland from Russian invaders.  The Russians have more weapons, equipment, and trained soldiers.  But, within the borders of Ukraine, the Russians don’t have […]