Leslie Minchin

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Posted by Leslie Minchin on Thu, June 27, 2024

This post is the second of three Employee-Centric Manager (ECM) posts that our guest contributor, Leslie Minchin, VP of Transformation and Enablement at Engage2Excel, will share. Leslie’s 20 years of Talent Acquisition experience, as well as being a Project Manager Professional and a Certified Executive Coach, gives you someone who understands today's leadership challenges and has worked through them and developed best practices to overcome them. She is passionate about manager development and works closely with Dr. Jack Wiley to facilitate his Employee-Centric Manager training for our clients. Leslie is excited to write about the ECM program, its results, and its effect on the people who participate in the training.

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Posted by Leslie Minchin on Wed, May 22, 2024

This post is the first of three Employee-Centric Manager (ECM) posts that our guest contributor, Leslie Minchin, VP of Transformation and Enablement at Engage2Excel, will share. Leslie’s 20 years of Talent Acquisition experience, as well as being a Project Manager Professional and a Certified Executive Coach, gives you someone who understands today's leadership challenges and has worked through them and developed best practices to overcome them. She is passionate about manager development and works closely with Dr. Jack Wiley to facilitate his Employee-Centric Manager training for our clients. Leslie is excited to write about the ECM program, its results, and its effect on the people who participate in the training.

Have you ever thought, “Why are so many people leaving this company?”

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Posted by Leslie Minchin on Fri, August 7, 2020

Whether you have decided to take on the task of building out your company’s recruiting program, or have chosen to partner with a Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) firm, here are five best practices to consider when you don’t quite know where to start.

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Posted by Leslie Minchin on Fri, July 17, 2020

When looking to implement an RPO program, it’s important to know that no two RPO programs are the same. This is not a ‘cookie cutter’ situation. An implementation should be adapted to your organizations needs and with any project, solid preparation can save time & minimize risk in the long run. 

There are several moving parts with implementing any type of RPO program.  Risk for confusion and miscommunication is extremely high and to minimize that risk and have a smooth transition, it is best to have the following:

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