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Talent Management Facts #21

December 25, 2011 by Ken Nowack

Statistics are like bikinis.  What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital.  Aaron Levenstein Another edition of leadership and talent management “facts” from all over the world.  Some intuitive and some not….what do you think? 1. According to a late 2010 survey by CareerBuilder.com (2,482 U.S. managers and 3,910 full-time employees in […]




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TGIF – The Prequel

December 31, 2010 by Bill Bradley

To begin, from all of us here at Envisia Learning we wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous new year.   Next, we would like to let you know about TGIF.  Beginning next Friday we will have a weekly post to end the week.  We will keep it short. We will keep it light and […]




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Introducing Wally Bock

April 12, 2010 by Andy Parkinson

We’re pleased to announce Wally Bock as the latest addition to the Results vs. Activities regular contributors! Since leaving the Marines in 1968, Wally has been a manager, leader, trainer, writer and entrepreneur. He now spends his time sharing the best of what he’s learned about leadership via coaching, writing books, Tweeting and blogging. Our […]




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Welcome to Results vs. Activities

October 21, 2007 by Ken Nowack

“Forget about style; worry about results.” Bobby Orr We are all working longer and doing more….any more results to show for it? For example, Peter Kuhn and Fernando Lozano of the National Bureau of Economic Research found that college educated employees working 50-hour weeks rose from 22.2% to 30.5% between 1980 and 2001. Sylvia Ann […]




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