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Buying into the company culture

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Rob Eberle, president and chief executive of Bottomline Technologies, cites three things as his primary roles as CEO: bring in new talent, help his people get better each year and listen to them. "The technology today won’t be the technology tomorrow," he says. "It’s the people that matter most."

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Marilyn King November 25, 2013 at 1:33 pm

WONDERFUL advice! We recently wrote about the importance of Company Culture and what else employers need to know to stay in the game – Thought I’d share. http://qualigence.com/whitepaper-building-a-case-for-company-culture/


Karen Gallagher January 10, 2013 at 11:18 pm

I am adding the three questions to the bottom of all my correspondence as a leader challenge to stop and think: 1. what have you done to identify and encourage the best internal and external talent for our company? 2. How have you helped your staff get better at what they do? And 3. Did you stop and take the time to listen to staff, patients and families today? And what did you do about it?


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