Dilbert’s creator Scott Adams said “Before I became a successful cartoonist, I failed at dozens of ventures, including a corporate career and a number of inventions.” He later learned that rather than focus on traditional goals, he found being excellent at something didn’t guarantee being successful. He rather focused on a system that when applied […]
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‘Trust’ in Talent Identification
By Bob Norton on April 18, 2014 in Blog
I responded to a Linkedin research request on the title subject it struck a chord with me. The researcher posted in Talent Management Research and Best Practices Network saying “I have recently started a research project which is reviewing the concept of ‘trust’ in talent identification, selection and succession planning. It would be great to […]
I am NOT retained to FIND people for my clients!
By Bob Norton on March 24, 2013 in Blog
If all my clients needed were a list of relevant candidate names for the key position(s) they are trying to fill, they certainly would not need to pay me a fee to provide it. Simply pay a $75K researcher to use Linkedin and the multitude of job boards for active candidates and call them. The […]