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Companies with highly-engaged employees outperform others with greater profitability, more productivity, lower turnover and fewer safety incidents. Here's some great tips from one of my clients, Continuwell https://continuwell.com/strategies-to-help-employees-thrive/ There’s a simple way to think of it. You need the right people in each job, managed by...

Learn how to align your people strategy with your business strategy. If you hire on resume alone, you end up with sheep when you need something quite different. There's more to people than their resumes! We help organizations define the ideal attributes required for every position in...

Do not be afraid of people with very low Ds, even when the D is the lowest factor. Here’s quick tutorial for those of you who don’t yet speak the Predictive Index (PI) lingo. PI measures an individual’s behavioral strengths and what I’m focusing on...

Executive Leadership and Business Consultant, Dolly Penland, today launched her new company, Business Results, LLC, an official Predictive Index® (PI) Certified Partner and PI® Certified Master Training Center. Business Results offers comprehensive leadership training programs, human capital strategy and business consultation services using the science-based...

You just met the perfect candidate, the unicorn of talent. Her resume was stunning—neatly written, and with all the right experience. She answered each of your interview questions to perfection and your gut feeling is she’ll fit right in to your organization’s culture. But sometimes your...

What do you do when you have a candidate with the “perfect” behavioral needs and drives for a position—you know they can handle the work, culturally it’s a match, they are driven and determines—but their overall cognitive score, their capacity to learn, adapt, and grasp...