Archive for July, 2014

Do Executive Recruitment China Right – Do Not Make It Harder

Doing Executive Recruitment China right is our topic today.  We do a lot of that, so have some thought. Doing Executive Recruitment China Right Made Harder We are presently helping one client who sought us out pretty late. His company has been in a tailspin in China for some time and needs an emergency turn […]

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Posted in: Being the Right Person, China, China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Leadership, Motivating Workers

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Rowing Together- In China this Force Multiplier is Not Used Enough

Rowing Together makes  a business hum, but it happens so rarely.  How do we get there?   I keep an eye on a lot of blogs. Today, American Business Magazine made me smile–and grimace. I paste some here and you can see the whole excellent article here. One time, during an off-site with a company’s […]

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Posted in: China, China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Culture Development, Leadership, Team Development

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Red Envelopes in China – A Sign That We Need to Think More

Red Envelopes for bribery continue to be a part of the Chinese culture. In one aspect they signify a gap between the West and China.  China Law blog noted here how Chinese parents of sick children give money in red envelopes to surgeons to get them to do their best for their kid.  They think […]

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Posted in: China, China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Chinese Culture

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