unlikely

Don’t Count Out The Unlikely

Dirk Nowitzki made history last week.  He scored enough points to pass my guy, the incredible Hakeem Olajuwon and move into 9th place on the NBA’s career scoring list.  He… Get the Rest

3fs hiring

The 3 “Fs” of Universal Hiring

I've worked for global Fortune 500 organizations.  I've worked for a private holding company.  I've also "done" three startups. I bring some street cred to this blog as

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Of Bucket Lists and B.S.

I'm not a natural born speaker---I was trained at my alma mater.  More like a trial by fire in a required speech class.  Every day of class you

passive candidates

Bigfoot, The Easter Bunny, The Tooth Fairy and Passive Candidates

/begin rant/ We've been lied to. About all these things: Bigfoot was made up for a couple of reasons: (1) to create a missing link between gorillas and humans... for the evolutionists

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The Resume Wasteland

"Man looks in the abyss, there's nothing staring back at him. At that moment, man finds his character. And that is what keeps him out of the abyss."  Wall

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The CYA Report E69: What If You Could Interview Every Applicant? [PODCAST]

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to take a ton of candidate interview information and turn it into something that predicts which candidates will be

doh

5 Ways to Botch a Hiring Decision

The tide has turned.  It's officially a candidate's market, which means you need to be even more on your game when it comes to hiring decisions.  Think you're

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3 Things You Never Want To Hear At The End Of An Interview

Don't ask me how this idea came up. You know there is that awkward time right at the end of an interview when you know the interview is done, you've

dirty recruiting

Recruiting Is Not the Dirty Part of HR.

The HR content machine, Tim Sackett, wrote over at his blog a few weeks ago about the need for corporate recruiters to aggressively go after talent in the

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Unschooling? Does That Simply Mean UnJobbing?

Yesterday was a big day for me. It was my son’s very first day of school. First day of kindergarten, in fact. This isn’t little league, anymore. I’m