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Want Great Leaders? Challenge them to do Great Things

In 2001, Blue Plate Catering launched a $10 million dollar project to build a high-profile Chicago restaurant. The project alone would double what the company was worth – if they could succeed. Without money in the bank or investors, it was a big risk. So why did CEO Jim Horan proceed? He moved forward in […] → Continue Reading Want Great Leaders? Challenge them to do Great Things

How to Develop Top Talent

CEO C. Richard Panico, of the consulting group Integrated Project Management (IPM), says his team has a “hell of a lot of fun” pursuing excellence. But building an award-winning team doesn’t happen by chance: it takes a concentrated effort to hire, train and develop exceptional talent. In this short video, part of the Return on […] → Continue Reading How to Develop Top Talent

The Secret Sauce: Hire, Train, and Incentivize for Culture Fit

When an HR recruiter screens an applicant for BerylHealth, she almost always starts with one simple question: Define compassion. And then she waits in silence until the applicant responds. Because Beryl executives believe culture fit is the most important aspect in determining a candidate’s potential success with the organization, the applicant’s response reveals a lot […] → Continue Reading The Secret Sauce: Hire, Train, and Incentivize for Culture Fit