Bosses Must Perform Better Reference Checks

In the wake of the corporate scandals of the past few years, there has been a renewed emphasis on corporate ethics, resulting in more transparent accounting practices and more accountable boards of directors. The focus has been on re-examining processes and ensuring that checks and balances are in place.

Not much is being said about the checking of the references of those who occupy leadership positions in organizations.

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WRITTEN BY
PAUL HUDSON
Paul Hudson is an associate of the executive-search firm Russell Reynolds Associates and leads the firm’s technology practice in Canada.
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