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Effective Change Management with the ADKAR Model

Author: Angie Fifer, Ph.D., CMPC "If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading.” – Lao Tzu Change is Inevitable One thing that is certain in business no matter the organization: change is both inevitable and necessary for relevancy and growth. However, change is challenging because it is uncomfortable,...
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Crucial Characteristics of Strong Cultures

February 17, 2021 in
Author: Angie Fifer, Ph.D., CMPC “Culture is simply a shared way of doing something with a passion.” – Brian Chesky, Co-Founder, CEO, Airbnb Culture Is a Buzz Word "Culture" has become a big buzz word in organizations. In order to maximize productivity and results, culture must come first, right? But what actually is culture?...
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Recruiting: How to Integrate Indeed and Salesforce (and Get the Best out of Both)

Author: Tim Pash, SVP of Enterprise Technology & Cloud Solutions Wouldn’t it be great if you could orchestrate your recruiting needs by leveraging Indeed.com’s job listing reach and maintain the control and configurability that Salesforce can deliver in one integrated solution? Actually, you can. We created a solution that gives clients the best of...
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HigherEchelon Invests In Cyber Future as a Fore Cyber Progress Partner

February 9, 2021 in
Press release courtesy of The Huntsville Championship HUNTSVILLE, ALA. – The Huntsville Championship unveils its new Fore Cyber Progress Scholarship Program. The scholarship program is a direct business product tied to the Huntsville Championship’s top-level goal to make a tangible impact on the North Alabama community within its community pillar. The Huntsville Championship is...
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You Can’t Change Work ‘Culture’ Until You Understand It

February 2, 2021 in
Author: Donnie Horner, Ph.D. Culture is one of the most expressed and least understood concepts on Earth. As one NFL observer (accurately) noted, there is not a newly hired head coach who does not address the need to change the culture of the team. Other observers (incorrectly) note: “Coach X is bringing a winning...
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