Career Partners International Expands into Kelowna with Pathfind

One of the key strengths of Career Partners International (CPI) is the unique combination of a global presence with local Partners serving as experts in their own Markets.  We are pleased to announce the expansion of our Member, Pathfind, into the Kelowna, Okanagan region of British Columbia, Canada.
“Being a proud Partner of Career Partners International, a leading provider of Outplacement, Career Management, Executive Coaching and Leadership Development, we are a delivery leader of these services and we look very forward to being able to provide outstanding support to the exceptional companies in this region,” says Domenic Gallace, CEO & Managing Partner of Pathfind.
Pathfind has been a valued Member of CPI for many years, this expansion is a natural progression for the organization, allowing them to serve more clients and participants with the high-quality delivery expected of all CPI Members.
“Pathfind contributes greatly to the organization, providing strong career transition and leadership development,” states Bill Kellner, President of CPI.  “We are thrilled that they have chosen to bring their expert solutions and services to clients in this new market.”
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Onboarding Into The New Normal Post Covid-19

Covid-19 will have both temporary and enduring effects. It is both a crisis to be managed and a cause to hit a restart button to get yourself and your organization ready for the new normal. How you onboard into a new organization in the new normal is one particularly important part of that – and especially how you connect with people working remotely.
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How To Mitigate The Mission-Crippling Risk Of An Executive Chair, Operating Partner, Or Over-reaching Boss

In theory, clarity around decision-rights solves a multitude of working relationship problems. In practice, over-reaching bosses, by definition, are prone to over-reach. Thus, the only way to mitigate the mission-crippling risk of an executive chair, operating partner or over-reaching boss is to build and maintain a two-way trusting relationship over time.
Let’s talk about the level of risk, the five-levels of decision rights, and what it takes to build and maintain trust.
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When You Have To Cut, Cut Decisively

The Powell Doctrine is to avoid war, using all the force necessary to achieve a decisive and successful ongoing result. Earlier, I wrote about applying that to business leadership. Here, let’s apply it to cutting back when you’re over-extended. Use the same steps, with a slight twist. The main point is to cut deeper than you think you need to so you don’t ever have to do it again.
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Solving The Post-COVID-19 Marketing Puzzle To Replace Customers Lost Forever

In general, digital natives born after 1980 have done more communicating on screens than previous generations. (Duh.) Unfortunately, this has made it more difficult for them to establish emotional connections and trust with their non-digitally native colleagues – especially as executives onboarding into new roles. But now, all of a sudden, we’ve all gone digitally native and have to do a better job of communicating feelings and attitudes as close-to-live as we can.
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The Number 1 Challenge In Virtual Executive Onboarding – Making Emotional Connections

In general, digital natives born after 1980 have done more communicating on screens than previous generations. (Duh.) Unfortunately, this has made it more difficult for them to establish emotional connections and trust with their non-digitally native colleagues – especially as executives onboarding into new roles. But now, all of a sudden, we’ve all gone digitally native and have to do a better job of communicating feelings and attitudes as close-to-live as we can.
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