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June 22, 2010
When the Center for Creative Leadership’s flagship Leadership Development Program (LDP)® rolled out in June in its revised format, it included a new broad-based personality assessment — the WorkPlace Big Five Profile 4.0™. This assessment, published by Paradigm Personality Labs (formerly CentACS – Center for Applied Cognitive Studies) of Charlotte, NC, relates to people’s personalities in their everyday jobs. Instead of using clinical or psychological terms like many current personality assessments, the WorkPlace Big Five uses work terms and work-related […]
June 15, 2010
One in five medical claims is processed inaccurately by commercial health insurers, often leaving physicians shortchanged, according to the nation’s largest doctor’s group. This article states that, “The AMA estimates that increasing the industry’s accuracy to 100% would save doctors and insurers up to $15.5 billion a year.” Read more about this example of how improving accuracy can increase the bottom line.
March 1, 2010
In a world full of choices, making the right career decision can be difficult. The career decision-making video, A Tour of Your Tomorrow (1993), by Rich Feller and Joe Vasos, allows individuals of all ages to see and understand many of the career choices available to them. The two-part video series divides the working world into six Holland type-of-interest categories: Crafts Scientific The Arts Social Business Office Operations Segments on each category encourage individuals to use their strengths and diversity […]
June 22, 2009
Evoke Development is pleased to announce that Accurate Data Transfer (now Accuracy in the Workplace) is featured in Training Magazine. If you are considering utilizing Accurate Data Transfer, you will be interested in reading the comments and the “on-the-job” performance improvement experienced from one of our many satisfied customers. The program’s author also provides some additional insight on the program. Read full article here – Right On – Training Magazine Article. Contact Evoke Development for global accuracy solutions.
June 22, 2009
A typographical error in a jury’s verdict form convicting an Akron man of cocaine possession in 2005 has cut short the time he is serving in prison from 10 years to four years. Read the article in the Akron Beacon Journal.