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‘Indispensable’ Gives New Lens For Looking At Leaders

April 28th, 2017

Indispensable BookMany public and private figures go down in the history books as great leaders, but a Harvard business professor poses that the circumstances surrounding those figures are often as important, if not more so, as their leadership qualities. David Hoff, COO and executive vice president of leadership development at EASI•Consult ®, explores this idea further in his review of Gautam Mukunda’s book, “Indispensable: When Leaders Really Matter.”

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Burke Learning Agility Inventory™ Predicts Leadership Success

April 28th, 2017

Burke logoInitial results of recent research on healthcare leadership suggests that the Burke Learning Agility Inventory™ is a valuable instrument for predicting business outcome and leadership success. Rebekah Cardenas, Ph.D., vice president of business development and assessment solutions at EASI–Consult®, explains the research and some of its findings.

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2016: A Year of Employment Law Changes

April 28th, 2017

521db64a-3ba2-4911-882d-eac7042380cbLast year brought a wave of changes related to employment law. As David Smith, Ph.D., president and CEO of EASI–Consult® notes, those changes presented some unique challenges to HR professionals, many of which will continue to be issues in 2017.

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The Importance of Collaboration to Business Success

April 28th, 2017

CollaborationCollaboration has long been a focus for EASI•Consult®, as evidenced by previous writings on the subject by David Hoff, COO and executive vice president for leadership development. In this update to previous columns, Hoff illustrates how the Burke Learning Agility Inventory™ (Burke LAI) and 360 tools can help organizations achieve the collaboration they value.

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Small Business Doesn’t Mean Small-Minded Hiring Practices

April 28th, 2017

Money briefcasePre-employment assessments not only save time in the hiring and training processes, they also save money. So, why are some small businesses still hesitant to adopt them? Rebekah Cardenas, Ph. D, vice president of business development and assessment solutions at EASI•Consult® examines that issue and explains why the investment in assessments is well worth the return.

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The Future Is Here

April 3rd, 2017

Future pic for postIn this era of continuous change, agility – the ability not only to adapt but to grow stronger and more effective in the process – is key. As Joseph Gier, Ph.D., Vice President of Consulting Services for EASI•Consult®, outlines in his article, companies must continuously build – and enhance – their agile capability to succeed in the long-term.

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Drug Testing in the Age of Medical Marijuana

April 3rd, 2017

Drug Test for PostDrug screenings have long been part of workplace policies, but the advent of legalized medical marijuana has gone head-to-head with the common practice of screening job candidates and employees, as David Smith, Ph.D., president and CEO of EASI•Consult® explains.

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‘Einstein’ Reveals a Complex Thinker, Not a Natural Leader

April 3rd, 2017

Einstein for postWhile iconic, Albert Einstein was a complicated, often-controversial figure who was as inconsistent and consumed by celebrity as he was brilliant. As David Hoff, COO and executive vice president for leadership development at EASI•Consult®, discusses in his review of Neffe’s book, great thinkers don’t always great leaders make.

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Where to Learn More About the Burke Learning Agility Inventory

April 3rd, 2017

Burke logoSpringtime means conference season is upon us, and the EASI•Consult® team will be hitting the road this spring to talk about the Burke Learning Agility Inventory™ (Burke LAITM).

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Is Managing Dissent a Required Modern-Day Leadership Quality?

April 3rd, 2017

Thumbs up for postAcross-the-board agreement in the office isn’t necessarily a good thing, and it is often a sign that employees are afraid to voice opposition. As David Hoff, COO and executive vice president of leadership development at EASI•Consult® notes, a confident leader can encourage and guide dissent in a way that yields positive results for both a company and its employee morale.

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