Posts Tagged ‘Rich Kidd’

Transition and Change are Inevitable By Rich Kidd

Transition and Change are Inevitable – Growth is Optional I typically handle transition and change like a teenager learning to drive a manual transmission—lots of lurching stops and grinding gears.  The truth is only Jesus Himself has taught me to shift gears smoothly in life’s transitions. In my own life and work, I’ve found a…

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Top 10 Questions By Dingman and Kidd

TOP 10 QUESTIONS EMPLOYERS WISH THEY HAD ASKED By Bruce Dingman and Rich Kidd~ Everyone has regrets, but after a bad hire, those “should have asked” questions pile up quickly! While typically an employer thinks ahead of time what questions they want to ask someone in the interview process for a leadership role, hindsight can…

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An Ethical Recruiter By Dingman and Kidd

An Ethical Recruiter: Ethics and the Executive Search Process By Bruce Dingman and Rich Kidd~ Almost every organization wants to operate with high ethics, be professional and treat people well. But many people are unfamiliar with the executive search process and are unclear what they should do and what their search consultant should do. To…

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The Power of Positive by Rich Kidd

By Rich Kidd ~ Have you ever had the cubicle next to a complainer? You know the type… the one who thinks the office has only two temperature settings… “Too hot” or “Too cold?” The one who thinks the boss is either “a micro manager” or “never available?” They take up your lunch break and…

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