The elimination of performance reviews is still one of the most-discussed topics in HR articles, blogs, and conferences. The discussion heated up a couple of years ago and it does not seem to be going away. I did a
World of Work
It is not exactly breaking the news that the office workspace is changing.
Hiring For Fit
What is the best strategy to develop an effective leadership pipeline? It speaks to the obvious that the development of the next generation of leaders is vital to the future growth of the organization and its
iCMS Job Outlook Report
iCIMS recently published their 2018 Job Outlook Report. I am not going to go through a complete analysis of the report (you can read it by going to this link). I do want to share some interesting insights that I
Hiring For Fit
I just finished reading a great book The Talent Fix by Tim Sackett (I highly recommend reading the book and following his blog). In the book, Tim talks about how one of the hardest – and best – hiring decisions that
Tell Me About Yourself
One of the first questions that is asked during a job interview or informational meeting is “Can you please tell me about yourself”. You would think that a question like this would be easy to answer yet I have seen
The suicide deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade, along with the alarming news of the rise in suicides over the past ten years, will cause us all to search for answers and solutions.
This past weekend I was lucky to be part of the leadership group that ran an event in Atlanta called SHIFT – Start Having Intentionality In Focusing Your Talents.
I just completed a great book by Rand Fishkin (formerly of Moz now the head of SparkToro) called Lost and Founder. The book (I highly recommend it) is a personal message to anyone who is looking to be part of the
The conventional wisdom is that you hire for culture fit. The thinking is that you want to find candidates that will fit the culture of the organization. These candidates will be better team players, more productive,