Beware this decision-making flaw

There’s a pesky little decision-making flaw that we all fall prey to. This insidious decision villain seems to ramp up big-time during any election season, and we’re seeing it run amok now, so this week’s blog is a timely reminder for us all. Since this is a leadership blog, I’m going to focus on how…

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Why You Should Always Choose to Go Above The Line

When the GFC hit in 2007, I’d just landed the role of Practice Lead for a New Zealand division of a US multi-national HR consulting firm. Talk about sucky timing to be in Executive Search when ABSOLUTELY no one was hiring. As each month end rolled around and the red numbers shouted at me from the…

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