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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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“Don, I want you to fire Bill.” Howard wasn’t joking. Don could tell.“What? Why? Did he do something wrong?” Don asked.“He is an embarrassment to our company. Do you know what he and the rest of his crew did this weekend after work? They went to a Star Wars Convention … IN COSTUME … as Mr. Spock. He posted pictures all over social media and it made it to Oliver’s desk." (Oliver was the CEO) Howard was fuming. “So I get called in to his office wit...
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Can you name a top rated company with only mediocre employees?
There's a reason it's tough to get hired by the most successful companies. Can you think of a top-rated company or organization with nothing but mediocre employees? Successful companies consistently hire, develop, and retain superior performers. The best advice successful leaders, CEOs, and business experts have ever given is: hire the right people for every job in your company, develop them to the fullest, and keep them on board as long as possi...
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A recent Gallup survey examining 27 million employees led by 2.5 million managers spread out in 197 countries has found that only one person in ten can cut it in management. Genuine management talent is rare.The entire report is a damning indictment of several aspects of executive management, the most primary of which is the complete lack of ability of decision makers within organizations and their Human Resources departments to select the right ...
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If your company's 'succession planning" is better described as CRISIS MANAGEMENT, we need to talk.
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Emotionally intelligent leaders make decisions considering how those decisions will affect their team's emotions.
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Much more frequent than the Illegal question is the hidden illegal question. Savvy interviewers and recruiters already know not to ask questions about: Race Nationality or national origin Marital Status Plans to have children Disabilities Age Birthplace Ancestry Religion Citizenship Arrests Political affiliation Health conditions or diseases Naturalization of your parents, spouse, or children Clubs Spouses’ occupation ... unless any of the above ...
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You HOW you hire makes a massive difference in the results you achieve.
A recent Gallup survey examining 27 million employees led by 2.5 million managers spread out in 197 countries has found that only one person in ten can cut it in management. Genuine management talent is rare.The entire report is a damning indictment of several aspects of executive management, the most primary of which is the complete lack of ability of decision makers within organizations and their Human Resources departments to select the right ...
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Has the wrong manager been promoted?
A recent Gallup survey examining 27 million employees led by 2.5 million managers spread out in 197 countries has found that only one person in ten can cut it in management. Genuine management talent is rare.The entire report is a damning indictment of several aspects of executive management, the most primary of which is the complete lack of ability of decision makers within organizations and their Human Resources departments to select the right ...
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With the right tools, you can identify leaders and managers that fit the criteria to take your organization to a position of superior performance. But research indicates you need an outside voice that isn’t impressed by a resume, an interview that went well, a candidate’s previous success, political connections, or a list of credentials as long as your arm; a voice with reason, that can see things more objectively.
Who you choose for management roles has a larger impact than any other decision within your organization. Choose well. But choose well informed.
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I love working with a company that appreciates every person's uniqueness.
Talent, Skills Develop Within Us Through Life Experiences Every person is unique. And yet, the process of uncovering uniqueness is often elusive.Here at TTI Success Insights, we know the key to uncovering a person’s uniqueness is to look to their talents and skills. Most skills and talents are developed slowly over time.While we accumulate life experience, job experience and relationship experience, these talents and skills develop quietly within...
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Not just anyone is suited for a management position, particularly if they're not intrinsically cut out for the role.
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MEMOTo: Entire CompanyFrom: Executive Leadership TeamRe: We are being acquiredOur company will be acquired at the end of next week. During the transition you will be assigned some additional responsibilities requiring quite a lot of overtime including some weekends. Two of our immediate directives from the organization acquiring us are:1) to find ways of speeding up our current processes, preferably cutting production times by 50% (they are curre...
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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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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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