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Don’t Overcomplicate Your Leadership

Don’t Overcomplicate Your Leadership

By Elizabeth P. Cipolla, VP of Talent Development Human beings share one common trait: we make things more difficult than they need to be. As a leader, you’re no exception. In truth, it’s easy to feel as if everything in your organization is doom and gloom. When your best laid plans run off course, or… Continue Reading

After the Hire: Onboarding

After the Hire: Onboarding

By Paige D. Gullotti, Director of Operations & Client Solutions You’ve finally found the right candidate for the job! You ran a successful search, found dozens of qualified candidates, narrowed it down to a select few, put them through multiple interviews, completed assessments, checked references, and now you’ve found your superstar! What now? Continue Reading

Multiple Generations – A Recipe for Dynamic Collaboration at Work

Multiple Generations – A Recipe for Dynamic Collaboration at Work

By Julie Yates, Director – Learning & Development Did you know that there are 5 different generations currently in the workforce today? Unbelievable, but true! We now have individuals representing the Traditionalists, Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y/Millennials, and even Gen Z working in all types of organizations today. These employees may be full-time, part-time, temps,… Continue Reading

Retained Search Explained

Retained Search Explained

By Julie Yates, Director-Learning & Development For the past few months, I have been working with a local company who is providing SEO (Search Engine Optimization) services for our Catapult website. It’s been a real learning experience as I gain a better understanding of how Google searches really work, how best to develop a website… Continue Reading

Holding Hands, Silos and Trust

Holding Hands, Silos and Trust

by Marsha L. Koelmel, Co-President I grew up with two brothers. One was much older so there was no sibling rivalry. I looked up to him and he looked out for me. The other was close enough in age to create a more traditional brother/sister relationship. We got along most of the time, but occasionally… Continue Reading