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Leadership Observations The High Performers

Apr 06,2021

President John F. Kennedy - March 24, 1961 - Bill Signing which reinstates Eisenhower's Commission as General of the Army If you are searching for examples of what high performing leaders do, you need go any future than President John F. Kennedy’s (POTUS 35) first actions after taking office.

Mental Health During Isolation

Sep 16,2020

Recently I read an article related to a survey that reported Americans ages 18 through 34 admit that they have felt isolated at some point over the last month. The article further stated that 25 percent of young American rate their own mental health as fair or poor. Clearly the coronavirus is taking


Jan 15,2017

As we enter the New Year, take a good look around at your co-workers! Many of them are likely going to leave to pursue a new job or career. A recent study by the Dale Carnegie Group shows 1 in 4 workers will look for a new job in the next 12 months. Add that to the 15% that are already looking fo

Finding the Ideal Team Player

Nov 14,2016

Every business owner has the same stress when it comes to running their business. It’s called staff management! We, here at The Talmadge Group, are no different. Everyone wants to view their employees and organizations as a well oiled machines, however, we all know there are times when it opera

Tips for Successful Onboarding

Jul 28,2016

It’s no secret that a bad hire can be costly, and that cost is more than just financial. The whole process of finding talent has to begin anew, often with deadlines even more critical than they were with the first search. One way to decrease the likelihood of a bad hire situation is to focus

Winning The War On Talent

May 15,2016

Talent: the buzz word that has been ringing in the ears of every employer from coast to coast for the last several years. But what is talent, at least in the realm of the business world? Talent is a word that means a lot of different things in a lot of different industries, as Forbes points out here

How Important Is Pre-Closing?

Mar 04,2014

The following blog is a guest post by Sheila Robinson, a Senior Technical Recruiter at The Talmadge Group, Inc. You got your candidate offer! Now what? Sooooo, the candidate you guided though a grueling interview process has an offer and it's up to little-old-you to present it - YAY! If a li

How Much Does A Bad Hire Really Cost?

Feb 21,2014

As business owners, we make a lot of mistakes (hey, we're only human). But probably none as costly as picking the wrong person for a job. A bad hire can cost more than just a few bucks. So just how much will it cost your business if you make a bad hire? Money Based on recent statistics from the

4 Tips To Building A Better Team

Jan 02,2014

“There’s only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that’s your own self.” -Aldous Huxley As a hiring manager or HR Coordinator, your success is determined by those around you. Making great hires is the building block to every team. Here are a few ways you can