Jose Palomino

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Employment

The eight-hour workday was invented by Henry Ford way back at the turn of the 20th century. Back then, it was an attractive alternative to workers who were accustomed to 12-hour workdays, and the nationwide adoption of the

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I have a tendency to hire non-traditional talent – and have seen great fruit from coaching eager and willing-to-learn Millennials. Since I’ve been working and coaching Millennials for the last few years, Strategic Propositions has seen its fair share of Millennial-related posts, including: 5 Tips for Leading Millennials So That Your Company Benefits Hiring Millennials:  […]

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Image Credit: Sascha Kohlmann on Wikipedia Many of the preconceived notions we have about who makes a great salesperson — extroverts, relationship-builders, analyzers — are being smashed by modern sales studies. It can be difficult to understand why some salespeople succeed while others fail. This is why it is important to hire sales reps whose […]

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Delegating Everything

September 25, 2013

Original Post: Stop Wasting Your Time and Learn to Delegate By Stephanie Vozza | September 17, 2013 In a study for Harvard Business Review, Cohen and Julian Birkinshaw, a professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at London Business School, interviewed executives at 39 companies in the United States and Europe and found that 41 percent of their […]

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Original Post: 5 Reasons Why Workplace Flexibility Is Smart Talent Strategy  By Meghan M. Biro | August 18, 2013 Savvy leaders understand that talent is the single most important factor in a company’s success. You can have all the basics down, but without the right talent, you’ll just be running in place. And to attract and […]

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You own your business.  You make the hiring and firing decisions.  But do you know what’s necessary for keeping today’s generation involved and invested in your company? Image credit: kylemac on Flickr By 2014, the US workforce will be 34% Millennials with that number climbing to 46% by 2020.  As you look to your company’s […]

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Original Post: 3 Signs You’re Meant to Be a Leader By Les McKeown | June 18, 2013 …you’d sometimes think that it was written in the stars that everyone has the potential to be an effective leader.  I don’t believe that to be true. This is a really savvy list, pointing out that leadership qualities […]

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Original Post: Millennials Change the Auto Marketing Game By Nick Matarazzo | June 4, 2013 Millennials (or, if you prefer, Gen Y) are growing up, making some of their first big-ticket purchases and changing the buying game. Nick Matarazzo gives 4 excellent tips for marketing to the Milliennial generation (and when I say “excellent,” I mean […]

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