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When Jeff Stout first started talking to clients and candidates about BlueSky back in 2006, many of the people he called were using those quaint devices that we’ve come to know as “flip phones” and “slider phones.” The concept of “smart” phones was still largely a dream. In fact, the birth of first iPhone was a year away, and SiriJune 28, 2016
In a previous article we talked with BlueSky’s Jeff Stout and Jeff Lombardo about how to win in a candidate-driven market. This aptly named “War for Talent” represents a significant challenge for any organization looking to hire the best and the brightest. Recently we circled back with the two Jeffs and revisited the issue in hopes of getting some additionalJune 21, 2016
Last week we cornered BlueSky’s Jeff duo—Jeff Stout and Jeff Lombardo—to get their take on how the job market will shape up for 2016. The conversation produced some interesting insights for both employers and candidates.December 29, 2015
One of the most powerful things you can do in the world is also one of the most simple: To Smile! When you smile at another person you immediately trigger a ‘smile response’. This response is an evolutionary adaptation that, in the wild, indicated an ‘I like you’ feeling in both parties. When you smile you feel good, and whenAugust 26, 2015
You may recall that our very own Search Consultant, Nik Healy, spends his free time coaching at the Trojan Water Polo Club in the South Bay area of Los Angeles. Nik is a seasoned water polo player and has coached at the Trojan Water Polo Club ever since graduating from USC in 2005 where he won two national championships (2003August 25, 2015
Today’s thought is about gossip. Gossip is a uniquely human disease that infects and distorts healthy communication. When you gossip you create drama around people’s struggles, imply ‘better than/worse than’ judgments of people, and separate yourself from others. Gossip is especially damaging in organizations where it breeds mistrust and doubt. Recognize gossip as an impulse, an unhealthy habit of whichJuly 17, 2015