It’s good to have one strength, but great to have two.
If you come up to me after one of my speeches and ask a question about improving the success of your career, I’m going to do my best to answer it. We will probably exchange business cards, and if you make a follow-up request, I will certainly honor it.
Posted By David Nour on May 22, 2017 1:47:22 PM
Progressive organizations are recognizing that traditional recruiting methods actually make it hard to recruit top talent. Instead they are having success by breaking the old processes and replacing them with a higher level of interactions than their competitors.
By David Nour and Rodney Moses
Most companies talk at potential college campus hires. “We’re the leader in…” “We need talented...
Posted By David Nour on May 3, 2017 9:16:52 AM
A few years ago, Mark Hoplamazian, CEO of Hyatt Hotels, spoke at the Skift Global Forum about bringing a new perspective to the hospitality industry. He described an insight triggered by a stay in a friend’s century-old house in Connecticut. As the two of them ascended the old wooden staircase and walked down a long hallway past the master bedroom, Hoplamazian couldn’t help noticing how loud...