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  • The Stepping Stone Newsletter, April 2006, Issue No. 22
    CEO when it is time for him/her to hold his/her direct reports accountable. We have all seen this—Bob ... CEO when it is time for him/her to hold his/her direct reports accountable. PEOPLE MANAGEMENT 6 • The ...

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    • Authors: Vincent Granieri, John West Hadley, Joel Kabala, David Miller, Sudha Shenoy, Steven J Gaspar, Donna Weninger, Maureen Costello, Mark E Green, Marilyn Lustgarten
    • Date: Apr 2006
    • Publication Name: The Stepping Stone
  • Stepping Stone Newsletter, January 2005, Issue No. 17
    the group, rather than your own success. Your primary task as leader is helping oth- ers succeed. If ... you prefer to have John or Mary as one of your direct reports? In my view, I don’t really want either ...

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    • Authors: Gerald A Fryer, Marcel M Gingras, John West Hadley, Daniel L Shinnick, David Miller, Richard J Lauria, Sim Segal, K H Rendek, JAMES J GRAY
    • Date: Jan 2005
    • Publication Name: The Stepping Stone
  • How to Become an Influential Leader in the Next Three Years
    not followed through on commitments. 12. Hold direct reports accountable when they have not followed ... followed through with commitments. 13. Motivate direct reports in a way that maximizes engagement and action ...

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    • Authors: John West Hadley, Louis Posick
    • Date: Aug 2017
    • Competency: Leadership
  • How to Become an Influential Leader in the Next Three Years
    not followed through on commitments. 12. Hold direct reports accountable when they have not followed ... followed through with commitments. 13. Motivate direct reports in a way that maximizes engagement and action ...

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    • Authors: Abraham Gootzeit, John West Hadley
    • Date: Apr 2018
    • Competency: Leadership
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Academic partnerships
  • Career Search Networking
    them too heavi- ly. Networking should be your primary method. It can also be very effective for internal ... effective. On occasion, chairpersons communicate direct- ly with all members nationwide. Chairpersons ...

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    • Authors: John West Hadley
    • Date: Jul 2003
    • Competency: Relationship Management
    • Publication Name: The Stepping Stone
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Professional associations
  • The Stepping Stone Newsletter, July 2006, Issue No. 23
    annual meeting, will teach you about the four primary behavioral styles that have been identi- fied. ... keeping and reporting. The misstep of one of your direct reports could put you at serious risk. It cannot ...

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    • Authors: Richard Dannenberg, David J Duncan, Vincent Granieri, John West Hadley, David Miller, Sudha Shenoy, Maureen Costello, Maureen Wild, Mark E Green
    • Date: Jul 2006
    • Publication Name: The Stepping Stone
  • What Would You Do? Responses to “Stay or Go?”
    ball rolling on the research by instructing my direct reports to start gathering information that pertains ... commitments outside work as a consideration of self-care. I would hope that his employer makes the decision ...

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    • Authors: John West Hadley
    • Date: Nov 2016
    • Competency: Communication; Professional Values; Relationship Management>Relationships and trust
    • Publication Name: The Stepping Stone
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Management skills
  • The Stepping Stone Newsletter, October 2004, Issue No. 16
    with less than perfect data. For most of us, the primary product(s) our company sells has changed drastically ... of operat- ing a small business is that there is direct linkage between action and results. In most organizations ...

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    • Authors: Gerald A Fryer, Marcel M Gingras, John West Hadley, Vincent G Mace, Daniel L Shinnick, Pauline Reimer, Jennifer Gillespie, Sim Segal, JAMES J GRAY
    • Date: Oct 2004
    • Publication Name: The Stepping Stone
  • The Independent Consultant Newsletter, October 2006, Issue No. 12
    pass the 10-second test? 3. Does it answer my primary question “Will this consultant deliver?” Let’s ... why doesn’t everyone hop on this bandwagon? The primary drawback to VoIP is the very thing that makes it ...

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    • Authors: Society of Actuaries, John West Hadley, Stuart Klugman, Anna M Rappaport, Paul Richmond, Charles Ritzke, David Miller, Ruth Ann Woodley, Ken Lizotte, Rodrigo Silva, Daniel Cassidy, Daniel K Kehoe, Charles Nault, Patricia Coate, Elaine Crowley
    • Date: Oct 2006
    • Publication Name: The Independent Consultant
  • What Would You Do? Responses to “To Consult or Not to Consult”
    consulting on a variety of assignments but with no direct ownership over the long-term success of any client ... what a consulting actuary offers as well. The primary difference is that the employed actuary has but ...

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    • Authors: John West Hadley
    • Date: Aug 2016
    • Competency: Communication; Relationship Management>Relationships and trust
    • Publication Name: The Stepping Stone
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Management skills; Actuarial Profession>Traditional careers