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6 Ideas For Fighting Age Bigotry

13 May, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
For aging executives, here is the cardinal rule: do not make it easy for prospective employers (and they’re typically young recruiters) to discriminate against you.Sadly true, some recruiters and employers are age bigots.  If you are older than their mind’s-eye vision of their ideal candidate you won’t be considered regardless of your relevant experience or […] Read more»

Empowering, Not Controlling Your Managers

1 May, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
In the early 1980s, a Houston hospital CEO was frustrated by his hospital’s anemic financial performance despite the tightening of financial controls, as well as noisy department manager meetings replete with leadership huffing and puffing about dire consequences if things didn’t change. But not much did…change that is. So this medical center CEO came to […] Read more»

Importance of Strategic Talent Management

13 February, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
LUBBOCK, Texas – If you are not thinking about your human capital – aka your employees — in strategic terms, you won’t be winning a world series any time soon. For you heretics who are unfamiliar with the phrase America’s pastime, let me introduce you to Brian Sabean, the general manager of the exciting San […] Read more»