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Archive for April, 2014

  • Great Leaders And Great People Skills Go Together, by Dr. Alan Zimmerman

    Author Karl Albrecht writes, “There is an ancient and immutable truth: The ability to sell, explain, persuade, organize, motivate, and lead others still holds first place. Making things happen still requires the ability to make people like you, respect you, listen to you, and want to connect to you. And by connect, I mean connect personally, not digitally. The human connection will always, always, always outrank the digital connection as a get-ahead skill.” So true! And ...

    Posted at April 25, 2014 | By : | Categories : Thought Leadership | Comments Off
  • Sid Fuchs, Keynotes WashingtonExec Council Roundtable

    How can the human capital department deliver the most value to its CEO and Board of Directors? How does the human capital role change when working in a private, public or private equity-backed company? These questions and many more were answered at the WashingtonExec Strategic Human Capital Council roundtable hosted earlier this week with keynote speaker Sid Fuchs, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB) and author of Get Off the ...

    Posted at April 24, 2014 | By : | Categories : Press Room | Comments Off
  • Washington Post: Trying to Change the World Bank

    Jim Yong Kim has initiated the World Bank's first massive reorganization in nearly two decades, and one that's been met with internal resistance from some of its economists. In addition to announcing the World Bank's new core mission — to end extreme poverty by 2030 — Kim has committed to cutting $400 million in administrative costs over the next three years and to restructuring the organization into 14 global practices, focusing on areas such as ...

    Posted at April 14, 2014 | By : | Categories : Press Room | Comments Off
  • The Difference Between Relational, Social and Political Capital

    According to Get Off the Bench, one can become an effective networker by knowing the differences and importance of the relational, social and political capitals. Each network has a value that can be helpful in trying to achieve certain networking goals. The book defines relational capital as a trusting relationship between individuals while social capital is defined as the scale or quantity of relationships. Political capital is bit more complex as the book explains. Get ...

    Posted at April 11, 2014 | By : | Categories : Unleashing The Power Of Strategic Networking Through Relationships | Comments Off
  • Why knowing yourself is an important first step to building an effective network

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    Posted at April 10, 2014 | By : | Categories : Unleashing The Power Of Strategic Networking Through Relationships | Comments Off
  • How does Social Media fit into your networking strategy?

    How does Social Media fit into your networking strategy? For those intimidated by the act of networking, social media is a virtual platform that replaces face to face networking. A modern assumption by young people and most social media users, is that this virtual network is on pretty much the same level or just as close to face to face networking as is virtual networking. Get Off the Bench clears up this assumption and says social ...

    Posted at April 10, 2014 | By : | Categories : Unleashing The Power Of Strategic Networking Through Relationships | Comments Off
  • How Golf Can Help Can Help or Hurt Your Career

    Get Off the Bench talks about how playing golf can be an opportunity to give one's career a boost. Playing with the CEO of the company you work for can be a way for the boss to get to know you and determine whether a promotion is in your future or not. Golf becomes a platform for which your character and the way you interact with others and handle yourself is in the spotlight.

    Posted at April 10, 2014 | By : | Categories : Unleashing The Power Of Strategic Networking Through Relationships | Comments Off