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Why Your Organization Is Not Benefiting From Diversity — And How To Fix It

Why Your Organization Is Not Benefiting From Diversity – And How To Fix It

By Louis Efron | May 3, 2018

Published on Forbes, 3 May 2018 The best interview advice I ever received was “be yourself.” This simple yet powerful suggestion seems to be today’s reigning sentiment, shared by some of the most successful organizations in the world. While “being you” might seem like an obvious undertaking, it is, in reality, transformational for individuals and…

The Next Generation of Professionals in Mortgage and Housing

The Next Generation of Professionals in Mortgage and Housing

By Louis Efron | May 1, 2018

Published on DSNEWS, 1 May 2018

Can a Recruiter Help You With Your Job Search?

Can a Recruiter Help You With Your Job Search?

By Louis Efron | January 21, 2018

Published on Rewire, 17 January 2018 by Liz Brown

Why a clear business purpose is vital to employee engagement

By Louis Efron | January 21, 2018

Every organization starts with a purpose. Making money is not that purpose. Rather, an organization’s reason for being is to positively impact customers, a community, or the world in some way. This purpose is fueled by the organization’s ability to execute on the right things and make money doing them. Unfortunately, organizational purpose is often…

How Technology Can Transform Workplace Humanity

By Louis Efron | December 7, 2017

One could argue that technology has done more to harm humans than to help them. Interactions that were once between people have been redirected toward screens—just think of office exchanges, self-checkouts and online purchases. The allure of technology has led to distracted driving, which puts masses of road users at risk, and its potential misuse…

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