Putting down a dog because it is troublesome is too often an admission of failure. Nine times out of ten, the dog is a problem because of poor or non-existent training. The same goes for people, You’re not supposed to euthanize employees for behaving poorly. It’s a much better plan to find a coach, correct […]
Several articles have recently been published focusing on the increased trend of “In-House Recruiting” and the search for C-level talent without external recruiters. I agree that this is an increasingly popular trend, but published reports have been slow to acknowledge the challenges that have surfaced as organizations attempt to navigate this new territory. The biggest […]
The differentiator in landing a job is the ability to articulate a storyline; pure and simple. The influences that shape us, the skills/knowledge gained through life experiences, the motivators, stumbling points, our skills and passions, are all part of it. Our lifeline creates that story. I have interviewed thousands of people throughout my career in […]
TORONTO, ON February 22, 2016 – Despite the recovering economy of its southern neighbour and biggest trading partner, the forecast for Canada remains bleak, says Jill MacLeod.
Ed: Leadership assessment and coaching can be very different between men and women. Cornerstone executive coach Jill Macleod coaches professional women who all highlight purpose, intention and alignment of personal and career goals. These are her observations. Every executive coaching assignment is different, which is as it should be. The process is a personal […]