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The Candidate Newsletter is an effort from TAG44 wherein the articles contain matter which can be guidelines for the candidates helping them in their career goals. These articles are written by industry experts.
Jim Clemmer Do As I Say, Not As I Do' Doesn't Cut It Any More
By Jim Clemmer, Author, Pathways to Performance
Published: April 2010

Harried managers are allowing today's electronic tools and 24/7 culture to drive and control them. Poorly disciplined and overly busy managers fail to harness these powerful tools. Instead, they often model micromanagement by responding to every little issue and expecting people on their team to do the same. Such behavior leads to short-term urgencies continually crowding out longer-term strategies and team or organization development.

Jim Pinto Investing in human capital, people assets
By Jim Pinto, Keynote Speaker, Writer and Consultant
Published: March 2010

Today's competitive global market environment brings steadily increasing pressure to improve return on investment (ROI). In the push for improvement, an organization’s biggest investment and its primary assets are its human capital.

Dr. Maynard Brusman Executive Coaching to Discover Your Talents and Strengths: Strategies for Self-Leadership
By: Dr. Maynard Brusman, Consulting Psychologists and Executive Coach
Published: February 2010

"Most Americans do not know what their strengths are. When you ask them, they look at you with a blank stare, or they respond in terms of subject knowledge, which is the wrong answer." — Peter Drucker. Most of us have a poor sense of our talents and strengths. Throughout our education and careers, there is a lot of attention paid to our weaknesses. We are acutely aware of our faults and deficits, our “opportunities for development,” or whatever euphemism is popular for naming them.

Jim Clemmer Communication Strategies, Systems, and Skills
By Jim Clemmer, Author, Pathways to Performance
Published: January 2010

Poorly designed organizations, ineffective processes, bureaucratic systems, unaligned rewards, unclear customer/partner focus, fuzzy visions, values, and purpose, unskilled team leaders and members, cluttered goals and priorities, low trust levels, and weak measurements and feedback loops all cause communication problems. Whenever a manager contacts us to solve a "communication problem," we always know we have some digging to do.

Richard Boyatzis Coaching for Motivation and Development
By Richard E. Boyatzis, Melvin Smith, and Ellen Van Ooster
Published: December 2009

Our responsibility as a manager, executive or leader is to energize our people to do their jobs—to innovate, to deliver services at the highest possible level, to solve problems, to overcome challenges and so on. In short, our primary role is to motivate others. And then they do the crucial work of the organization. But motivating others can be a liquidation strategy in which we are spending all of our human capital. We need to get performance now and build a sustaining human capital base for the future. So the other critical part of our role is development.

Jason Kay Job Hunting Tips
By Jason Kay, Professional Resume Writer, JobGoRound.com
Published: November 2009

Job hunting is more competitive than it has been in years. The present economy means that there are countless newly-unemployed people looking for the same jobs you are. Therefore it is more important than ever to know everything you can about job hunting skills.

Jim Clemmer Recognition and Appreciation Inspires and Energizes
By Jim Clemmer, Author, "Pathways to Performance"
Published: October 2009

Sincere recognition and genuine appreciation are highly energizing. Accomplishment and achievement should be our own reward for high performance. But it feels even better when other people notice and appreciate what we've done. Recognition and appreciation continually show up near the top of most lists of motivational factors. They are key sources of the fun and excitement, will to win, desire to belong, and passion so vital to continually improving performance.

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By Nimish Thakkar, Resume Writer and Editor, ResumeCorner.com
Published: September 2009

Let’s admit it. Employers are not benevolent institutions hiring you out of the goodness of their hearts. They have a reason, a need, and, most importantly, a job that needs to be done. The person who will ultimately win the offer will be the candidate who succeeds in demonstrating a perfect fit through examples of past performance.

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