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What To Do When A Job Candidate Interviews Well But Assesses Poorly?

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Megan, who is a candidate for the open VP of Operations role, had completed her initial recruiter interview and the next round of interviews with the hiring manager and other stakeholders on the team. The feedback

Are Passive Job Search Candidates Really The Best Hires?

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The conventional wisdom in Talent Acquisition is that the passive candidate (someone not looking to leave their job) is the best recruiting target. The passive candidate focus is based on the idea that the most

How to Fail on LinkedIn – My Humble Opinion

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I love LinkedIn. LinkedIn has consistently been the best way for me to build my professional network, keep current on relevant trends, learn new things, and serve as an enjoyable distraction during the workday. I

Candidate Resentment Is Increasing: A Major Warning Sign for Employers

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Last week I had a great conversation with Kevin Grossman, the President and Board Member of Talent Board (a non-profit organization focused on the elevation and promotion of a quality candidate experience). Our

How Managers Can Positively Impact Society

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Management, when practiced well, can be one the of most noblest of professions. These are the wise words from Clayton Christensen, the recently deceased Harvard Business School professor, and accomplished author.

Eight Leadership Lessons That Martin Luther King, Jr. Taught Us All

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In 2014 I wrote a blog honoring Dr. King by listing eight leadership lessons that he taught all of us. Six years later, I would like to revisit and repost this blog. The lessons he taught us are timeless. Here is

The Future of Outplacement – What Will Change In The Next Decade?

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As we move into 2020, I have (like many of you) read plenty of articles that summarized the past decade and other blogs/posts/videos making bold predictions about the next ten years. Never to miss a chance to jump on

What Will It Take To Be A Leader In The New Decade?

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What will it take to be a leader in the new decade that we are entering? The days of accepting horrible behavior from a brilliant manager are ending. Leaders at all levels need to accept that leadership involves more

Want to Be A Best Places To Work? Offer Career Coaching To Everyone

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It used to be that having the Best Places To Work award or being a marquis brand on the Fortune 500 list was enough to attract and retain top talent. Those days are gone. Today, top talent (or frankly anyone) are

Who Owns An Employee? - The Business Leader Or Human Resources?

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Who “owns” an employee? Is it the business leader who the employee reports to (their boss for lack of a better term)? Or could it be that Human Resources “owns” the employee? I was listening to a presentation that

 

 

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