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Last updated: 8/16/2017
Mr. Bruce Hazen, President for Life, Three Questions Consulting
Professional -- Chapter: Oregon & SW Washington
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Three Questions Consulting
President for Life
2242 NE 18 Ave
97212  United States
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503 280-0151 (Phone)
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Bruce holds a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University, with emphasis in organizational behavior and psychology. In addition, he holds a MS in Clinical Psychology.
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He is a professional member of the Institute of Management Consultants, American Society for Training and Development and Oregon Entrepreneur Network
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Talent Management Strategies for Individuals and Organizations

Are you a talented professional with a career to manage? Are you in a leadership role in an organization and charged with managing the talent around you? Then you have three questions you must answer…..often.

When is it time to……
1. Move up * Professional development strategy
2. Move out * Work search and transition strategy
3. Adapt your style for greater success * Management coaching

We help individuals and organizations DECIDE WHEN and DESIGN HOW.

It’s about Developing vs. Defending
Career strategy is the difference between defending vs. developing professionally.

Simply striving for longevity in a job or organization eventually devolves into defending your occupational boarders against the natural forces of change.

Organizations and the leaders within them now face the biggest challenge to their talent management strategy since the late 90’s. Where’s the talent going to come from? How about inside your organization?

And……it’s about Strategy vs. Striving
Career strategy is the tailored suit of insights and planned activities that fit you and who you’re becoming. It’s one way of “dressing for success”. Organizations and individuals are going to be left behind if all they know how to do is strive to work harder.
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