PaulHebert 2013

Paul Hebert shares My First Pre-Read Book Review | Spurious Correlations

Normally, people read a book first and then do a review of that book based on what they read. I’m going to do things a little backward and give you… Get the Rest

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When You ASSuME

There was a show on TV in the early 70s about roomates---one was neat and one was sloppy. It bore NO resemblance to the cluster that ran in

Lose Your IllusionIII

Lose Your Illusion III*

I spend an inordinate amount of time studying humans. My job is to help companies connect with them, engage them, provide reasons for them to change and adopt

What Brad Pitt Taught Me About HR

For HR Pros Mission is Peaceful – Implementation is Violent

Sometimes people surprise you. It happened to me this past weekend. I was lounging around looking for a movie to fill up a couple of hours and “Fury”---the WWII

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In HR You See Things – Things You Can’t Unsee and That Change You…

This is the post no one will read because anyone of any import is in Vegas dodging roller bags on the SHRM show floor and trying desperately not

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Work-Life Balance: 70 or 75 – Whatever It Takes

In the dark ages when I was just a lad and worked at a large incentive and reward company, we had to fill out time sheets each week.

PaulHebert 2013

Paul Hebert talks Organizational Prozac: Anxious Employees May Act Unethically

A week or so back I wrote that morality may be the next frontier for HR.Focusing on the “morality” of the company and highlighting ethics and ethical behavior

Ancient HR Advice

A 3,000 Year Old Piece of HR Advice

Too many posts and pundits are ready to sell you the newest, greatest and most cool thing to help you do HR better. Yet, I’d suggest that in many

PaulHebert 2013

Paul Hebert explains Acting Our Way to Employee Engagement. Are Incentives the Answer?

I had a short conversation with a friend this morning on the best way to change behavior. It was sparked by the information in a study CVS released

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This Is Your Brain On Social Media (And It May Not Be Good.)

Below is a video of Dr. Dan Siegel, clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, discussing the impact social media is having on us humans.