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January 2018

 
Problem...Solved! Three Innovative Strategies for Problem Solving
Missing the (Recruiting) Mark? Myths About Millennials
Problem solving is the greatest enabler for growth and opportunity. These novel strategies will help you tackle whatever challenges 2018 brings your way -- and dominate your industry.
 
 
What Can Aluminum Teach You About Leadership Development?
Missing the (Recruiting) Mark? Myths About Millennials
Like the element, great performers are everywhere -- but extracting their potential requires mining their skills and nurturing their development.
 
Infographic: The High Cost of People Problems
 
Leadership Tip of the Month
Leadership Tip of the Month:

As a leader, you must never view a problem as a distraction, but rather as a strategic enabler for continuously improving and identifying new opportunities. To effectively overcome challenges, use this four-step process:

  1. Communicate transparently, facilitating dialogue among all parties affected.
  2. Break down management silos to facilitate cross-functional collaboration and problem solving.
  3. Hire and develop open-minded people who see beyond obvious details and are comfortable with calculated risk-taking.
  4. Develop a solid strategy for solving problems by gathering the right people, resources, budget and experiential knowledge to work on it.

Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/glennllopis/2013/11/04/the-4-most-effective-ways-leaders-solve-problems/#419f85904f97

 
Need fresh approaches to tackling tough workforce-management or people problems, Reader? Key Resource Group, LLC can help. Schedule a free consultation by emailing Adrienne Faso at afaso@krgstaffing.com.
 

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