Executives in Transition

Deb Schaffer

Interviewing: Why Hiring for Culture Fit is Costing you Time & Money

By: Kristen Kenton, President, Kenton Talent Management As a Talent Strategist and Executive Recruiter, my clients rely on me to effectively assess “cultural fit” when making hiring recommendations and designing talent strategies. However, I think this is a slippery slope depending upon how the company chooses to define both culture and fit. Doesn’t the word …

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Leadership: Are You Ready?

How well are you as a leader enabling your staff to accomplish organizational goals? Are you mobilizing your resources and explaining your vision so your employees know where the organization is headed and can work toward that vision? Join the conversation on July 10 when Kristen Kenton, President of Kenton Talent leads the discussion on …

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Human Capital

Emerging Trends in Human Capital

As a Talent Strategist and Executive Recruiter, I am pretty “geeked out” about human behavior and its impact on business. The way organizations leverage and organize people is constantly evolving in today’s change-obsessed business climate. Advancements in organizational psychology and behavioral science, coupled with an increased focus on purpose-based cultures and emotional intelligence has created …

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EIT Lunch

Building a Personal Brand: How to Elevate and Separate From Your Peers

Why should anyone listen to you? If you have ever thought about this or had someone ask you this question, it’s time you worked on your personal brand. Over the years, I have helped hundreds of executives create and maintain their personal brands. These executives often remark how their personal brand gave them a much …

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Networking on Purpose: The Why and the How

Networking.  The very term often elicits either fear or resignation. Professionals know they need to do it but often are unclear as to why or how. Building a personal & professional “sphere of influence” is a critical part of proactively managing and developing your career. It also enables you to become a more respected and valuable asset to those …

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Colorado Executive Network Welcomes Pelley Group as New Sponsor

DENVER — (February 20, 2020) — The Colorado Executive Network (CEN) announces that the Pelley Group is the newest sponsor of the Executives in Transition Program (EIT).   CEN is a social innovation group dedicated to gathering the top entrepreneurial and corporate leaders to actively participate in the sustainable economic development of Colorado. Executives are in active search every 3-5 years on average. …

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