Category: AI Tip Sheet


March Tip Sheet

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Wake Up and Smell the Coffee! Henry Ford once said, “The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave – is not training them and having them stay.” But do companies really follow that sage advice? According to The Talent Equation, companies nationally spend more money on providing coffee for their employees than…more

February Tip Sheet

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Due to declining unemployment rates, it is taking employers 40% longer on average to fill their open positions. So, what is an employer to do in a tight labor market? First, try posting your jobs earlier and, if possible, anticipate openings before they occur. Second, extend your job posts to multiple job boards to have…more

January Tip Sheet

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A new year often begins with new resolutions. People resolve to diet. To stop smoking. To exercise. To adopt new habits. I have resolved to start doing crunches twice a day (Captain in the morning and Nestle’s at night)!  But what about making some resolutions to improve how we act and interact with others in…more

Are Your Employees Engaged?

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We are not asking if your employees are about to be married But, we are asking if your employees are dedicated to achieving your organization’s goals. Engaged workers love their jobs and work to make their organization better every day. This question is relevant since Gallup’s 2017 State of the American Workplace study reports that…more

Series: Analysis of Low Drives | The Low D Perspective

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The Low D Perspective Low D’s favor the “big picture,” they prefer not to be caught up in or receive too much detail, are adaptable, can be creative in their approaches to problem solving and enjoy an environment with limited structure and minimal rules that do not constrict their behavior. Low D wiring patterns like…more

Series: Analysis of Low Drives | The Low C Perspective

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The Low C profile is a restless wiring pattern These individuals can be inpatient, have short attention spans and require a variety of activities to maintain their interest. On the upside, these individuals accept pressure, adapt well to changing priorities and easily transition between multiple tasks and assignments. They seem to enjoy and sometimes create…more

Series: Analysis of Low Drives | The Low B Perspective

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Low B Profile – Analysis of Low Drives The Low B profile is a heads-down, analytical profile. A Low B typically does not think out loud or bounce half-formulated ideas off others to finalize their own thought processes, but prefers to internally think a problem through before offering a verbal response. It is a profile…more

Series: Analysis of Low Drives | The Low A Perspective

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The Low A Perspective The Low A profile is the quintessential “team player” at work. The Low A individual has a team orientation that wants to align with, provide support to and receive support from other team members. As a team player, a Low A profile wants to pitch in and help his or her…more