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Brad Federman

101 Great Ways To Enhance Your Career

In such a challenging workforce climate, career enhancement means many different things: procuring that first job, keeping an existing position, returning to the workforce after a long hiatus, riding the waves of unemployment, starting an entrepreneurial venture...

Employee Engagement: A Roadmap for Creating Profits, Optimizing Performance, and Increasing Loyalty

Each employee within an organization puts forth discretionary effort; they come to work with a choice of how much effort they are willing to give their company. An engaged employee is a person who is fully involved in, and enthusiastic about, his or her work. These types of employees care about the future of the organization and feel a strong emotional bond to the business.

Why Are You Playing Russian Roulette with the Leadership and Direction of Your Company?

You need to bring in a strong executive…a heavy hitter, but you are worried. The last time you brought someone in they did not last and created a great deal of damage before they left.

A position opened up in your company, but it will be filled by an internal promotion. Multiple people are vying for the promotion and each of them have their sponsors. How do you promote the right person?

When hiring for a senior leadership role, you must take a comprehensive look at an individual before making an informed promotion and selection decision.

15 Ways Stay-At-Home Parents Can Prepare To Go Back To Work

Every day, around the world and across industries, professionals put their careers on hold to start a family. As the children grow up, many stay-at-home parents look forward to the day they can re-enter the workforce. However, after years away, not only has the business world likely shifted, but their experience and skills may be a bit stale.

Age Diversity Efforts Ease Tension, Find Pluses of a Multigenerational Workforce

A tour through a typical workplace is likely to show employees fresh out of school working alongside workers their parents’ age or older. Researchers have long taken note of the wave of Millennial workers—and lately the even younger Gen Z workers—finding their way in the world of work long populated by Gen Xers, Baby Boomers, and even those choosing to work well past a common retirement age.

Onboarding A New Employee? Follow These 11 Effective Strategies

In this Forbes article, FHSG COO Brad Federman and other Forbes Coaches Council members discuss how to properly and effectively onboard new hires - a very important process that many companies get wrong.

15 Signs That It's Time To Pivot Your Business

A startup business usually begins with a singular focus, with defined plans and goals in place.

13 Signs That You Should Walk Away From Your Startup Business

Starting a business is a complex, ever-evolving monster of a task, and tough decisions have to be made almost every day. Perhaps no decision is quite so tough as when an owner has reached the crossroads where money’s tight, frustration is setting in and it’s time to decide whether to press on or cut losses. That single decision could mean the start of a new direction for a business—or its end.

Time for a change in 2019: talent management resolution

2018 has come to a close, and a new year is upon us. As the new year begins, it’s a perfect time to re­flect and reassess personally and professionally. Businesses use strategic planning and budgets to re­flect that same thinking at an enterprise level. How­ever, all too often those choices are rushed—and even forced—based on constraints and lack of time. More importantly, people tend to be considered last on the list.

15 Strategies For Turning A Lackluster Brand Around

A big part of running a successful company is getting people to buy into and become loyal to your brand. If a company’s brand is lackluster it can damage the chances for further success and growth.

In this article, COO Brad Federman and 14 other Forbes Coaches Council members discuss how to turn a lackluster brand around.

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