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WEBINAR TODAY! The Difference Between Performance and Potential: A 9-Box Primer for Smart HR Pros

You still have time to register for our webinar, happening today at 2pm EDT! If you’re like everyone else in the free world, March brings a little bit of a… Get the Rest

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Kris Dunn asks Believe This? Poor Performing Employees Use Internet Explorer…

It's a mantra that's right up there with "Choosy Mothers Choose JIF". Except it sounds like this: "Poor Performing Employees Use Internet Explorer". I know what you're thinking.  This is

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WEBINAR: The Difference Between Performance and Potential: A 9-Box Primer for Smart HR Pros

If you're like everyone else in the free world, March brings a little bit of a grind.  The hope and promise of the new year has settled into

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The Holy Grail Of Performance Management? I Think It’s Performance vs. Potential

The chart pictured above is called the Performance vs. Potential Grid.  I think it’s the Holy Grail of Performance Management. I know---Holy Grail is a strong word, but I think it fits when

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How to Tell If A Recruiter Can Be Your Next HR Manager…

Editor's Note: We're coming off a great webinar yesterday at FOT, sponsored by our good friends at Chequed.com. If you couldn't make it, click the badge in the

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Kris Dunn says NARCISSIST: Why the Best Candidates Don’t Always Become Leaders At Your Company…

There are a lot of assumptions out there that Narcissists make the best leaders in your company.  Turns out, narcissists are more likely to become leaders at your

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Six Ways To Make Your Recruiting/Talent Metrics More Strategic – And Make Managers Own Their New Hires

Let's face it---the recruiting metrics you use at your company are either non-existent or stale.  Sure, you tried to roll out the basics---time to hire, cost per hire---but

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Kris Dunn talks Organizational Turnover Paranoia: What Would David Ogilvy Do?

I'm plowing through a book from Advertising giant David Ogilvy calledConfessions of an Advertising Man.  Ogilvy was considered the "father of advertising" and a creative genius by many

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Good to Great: Thinking About Employee Development Plans for Your Team…

You expect me to give it to you straight, right?  Of course you do. The biggest lie that HR ever told the world is that it's important to treat

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Kris Dunn says Your Work Identity Is Defined By How Your Deal With Single Issues…

It would be nice if we were all judged by the collective good we do in our lives.  Unfortunately, when it comes to work, we're generally judged by