4 quick and healthy breakfast ideas for busy leaders

4 quick and healthy breakfast ideas for busy leaders

5 min read

As a busy business leader, you may not have time to prepare gourmet meals—but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get in a healthy breakfast.

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An interview with Stefan Valentin

8 min read

Tell us a bit about why you came to The Predictive Index in the first place. What drew you? I actually came on board as a referral from PI’s only product manager at the time. I’ve known her for years and she’s the type of person who always goes all-in on things with a passion…

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An interview with Sarah Mulvey

7 min read

Sarah, you were a teacher in South Carolina, then up and moved to Boston. You got a job as an administrative assistant at The Predictive Index, but you’ve got a totally different job today. Walk us through your journey at PI. Sure! I never expected to end up where I am now, but I guess…

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How to hire a top-performing construction manager

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A good construction manager is the key to a successful build. Learn how to hire top-performing construction managers in this blog.

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How to grow a management consulting business

2 min read

What are CEOs really looking for from management consultants? The answer might surprise you. Learn what they want and how to stand out from the competition.

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What it takes to earn a spot on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work list

12 min read

We spoke with three PI clients who earned a spot on Glassdoor’s 2019 Best Places to Work list. They share best practices for culture, hiring, and more.

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Preparing for disruption

7 min read

Disruption is a gradual and insidious process—one that companies are increasingly learning to strategize around. Learn to embrace disruption in this blog.

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Thanksgiving dinner: what kind of cook are you?

6 min read

I don’t follow recipes, and I’m nervously excited for Thanksgiving dinner. I love to cook, but I’m not exactly “by the book” when it comes to following recipes. I’ll scan it over for the general idea of what needs to get done, and then I’m off to the races, foregoing the measuring cups and relying…

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The 5 best podcasts for business leaders & leadership

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The most successful executives are in a constant state of learning. You should always be looking for opportunities to learn, listen, and think creatively. Not only will you become a better leader, but you’ll help foster creativity in the workplace, and set an example for the employees at your company. Why podcasts are perfect for…

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Tackling today’s human capital challenges

15 min read

From Apple to Starbucks, The Predictive Index CEO Mike Zani talked with Bank of the Pacific Corporate Trainer Tracy Ford on what he learned about managing people at these major corporations, strategic human capital challenges facing Bank of the Pacific and how they tackle them, and the importance of C-suite buy-in. Take a listen or read the full transcription…

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Hiring smart: Easier said than done

8 min read

When it comes to hiring, we all want the best—A laundry list of relevant experience at top organizations, references to die for (think the Elon Musk type and Tim Cooks of the world), and a slew of degrees from schools with Ivy League status.

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A new way to recruit and network on LinkedIn

7 min read

Finding good candidates is easy. Finding great candidates is hard. After all, the great ones love their current job and are absolutely crushing it. As managers and leaders, it’s our obligation to always be networking, looking out for the best interests of the company, and finding people who can add amazing value. I recently realized…

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Toby in ‘The Office’ is funny but wrong

4 min read

True confession: Toby was my favorite character on The Office.

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Secret LinkedIn queries discovering top candidates

1 min read

We had a hard time prying this hiring hack out of Erica Seidel, founder of The Connective Good, but she finally revealed her secret tip for discovering top-notch candidates on LinkedIn.

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