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What CIOs Know To Never Cut Back On During Cutbacks

Many CIOs have options in place to develop people, but they still aren’t seeing the results. Even if you are making cutbacks, you can invest more into your people while saving money and increasing revenue. You just need to brush up on your farming.

Joe Woodruff

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February 2, 2023

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January 12, 2023

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Joe Woodruff

Three Ways Feedback Works For You And Not Against You As A Leader

We have misused feedback, and in thinking we were being objective, we have actually been subjective. We don’t really give people a lot to work with. Constructive feedback is aware of the science behind how people learn, and the steps to take in light of that truth.
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November 3, 2022

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Scott Smeester

What More Does It Take For A CIO To Say "Alright Already"

At some point, you have to take a closer look at a possible solution to a continuous problem. Now is that point.
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October 17, 2022

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Joe Woodruff

The Overlooked Opportunity CIOS Are Now Leveraging To Answer The Talent Demand

You are faced with overwhelming pressure to deliver outstanding results. Traditional pipelines of talent can't keep up. You can fill the need by taking a second look at an overlooked option.
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October 14, 2022

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Scott Smeester

Why CIOs And CTOs Know That Relationship Management Is A Contradiction In Terms

The basis for a solid, long-term business relationship is the same as for our adult relationships. And contrary to popular wording, it’s not something that technology leaders manage, but they definitely must lead in.
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September 21, 2022

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Scott Smeester

How CIOs Cut Through The Noise And Keep Their Best Employees

Retention narratives are loud and contradicting. Worse, retention efforts continue to fail. The ladder has been leaning against the wrong building. It's time to reset it.
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September 7, 2022

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Scott Smeester

How CIOs Identify What Really Holds Their Team Back And What They Do About It

CIOs aren’t usually trained in organizational psychology, but they live in its reality everyday. The dysfunction is real. If you think of it as a people problem, you have a bigger problem. Here is how to spot what really holds your team back and what to do about it.
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