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Ron Haynes
Works at Corter Consulting
Attended University of North Alabama
Lives in Birmingham, AL 35242, United States
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How FAT are you?
Successful leaders are FAT, really, really FAT! Yeah, you read that right FAT, but it all depends on your definition of FAT. I’m thinking in terms of an acronym and here’s what FAT stands for:The 3 F’sFriendly - Successful leaders are usually friendly and have the ability to generate friends easily. In fact, in my experience, people would rather work with leader who is likable yet incompetent than with one who is a highly skilled jerk. Read How t...
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Copyright: andreypopov / 123RF Stock PhotoMy first job out of college, after a year, I was fired.  I remember it vividly, because it left an emotional scar on me for the rest of my life. I felt like a complete loser, even though I was fired by the manager because our branch had been audited, she had done something against company policy, and then she had laid the blame on me. I didn't steal any money.  I didn't swindle our customers.  What I did ...
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Hiring THE BEST or just the BEST PREPARED? There IS overlap, but chances are very good that you have a great deal of lost opportunity to hire outstanding people simply because they didn't dance the recruiter's dance. AND chances are excellent that a lot of those who did dance that dance are less than stellar employees.
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Sometimes an "open" position isn't really open.
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The Impact of Known Unknowns & Unknown Unknowns. No one likes to be blindsided, hit from out of nowhere by another vehicle or by information that dramatically alters our perception of reality. That's why cars now have "blind spot" detectors, why insurance exists, and why corporations are ...
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And how to fix the broken process of choosing a manager at any level.Tradition. Tenure. Past accomplishments. Connections. Politics. Interview performance. And the old  standby  — trusting the gut.I’m not going to delve into how interview performance isn’t even remotely correlated to job performance since decades and decades of research have already proven that fact. Those reams of IGNORED research will continue to go ignored because most intervi...
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As we breathlessly await the next proclamation from our “news" sources about what we should dread, I got to thinking about all the other dreaded things I’ve survived. I composed a partial list.So far I’ve survived: Terrorism The Bird flu "epidemic" The Swine flu “epidemic” … I mean H1N1 (wouldn’t want to offend the swine) The thinning of the ozone layer Contact sports including American football A firecracker exploding in my hand (didn’t lose a f...
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There is a great deal of talk these days about the importance of finding a career you're passionate about. Seems like every blog I read, every personal development web site, every LinkedIn article talks about pursuing your passion and making a living doing it whether it's working at a job or as an entrepreneur. But despite trumpeting “passion” for decades and decades people aren’t following it. CareerBuilder says that 84% of all workers are not c...
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Certified Professional Behavioral & Motivators Analyst
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Simplifying the interviewing and selection process for employers and helping them identify their top talent for further leadership development.
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    Behavioral Analyst and Management Consultant, present
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Birmingham, AL 35242, United States
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Certified Professional Behavioral and Motivators Analyst
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I make it easier for businesses to:
Cut the cost of employee turnover
Remove the uncertainty from the hiring process
Accurately pinpoint TOP TALENT for further development

What sets the tools I use apart is that I examine each individual's behavioral tendencies, personal motivators, and core skills & competencies against the backdrop of their emotional intelligence quotient. You'll get a total picture of each employee or job candidate.

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We have helped hundreds of companies assess tens of thousands of candidates!
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  • University of North Alabama
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