The Bad #CEO Files: Identifying The Clueless Narcissist

Dawn Burke Dawn Burke, Leadership 0 Comments

Holy crap, narcissism is alive and well in 2017! Narcissism in the workforce is nothing new; the narcissistic leader is nothing new. However, turn on any news channel and you’ll quickly see narcissists are center stage with a spotlight shining very brightly on them. Narcissists are finally being exposed and the public isn’t thrilled at what they are seeing. Working …

The Recruiter Nation Live Hangout Series – With Jobvite and Fistful of Talent!

Kate Weimer Jobvite, Recruitment Marketing 0 Comments

Our first hangout is at 1pm ET on Tuesday, November 14th Google for Jobs/ROI of Recruitment Marketing Spend! What You Need to Know to Look Smart!! REGISTER FOR THE HANGOUT BY CLICKING THIS LINK!!! If you’re a client or follower of Jobvite, you know the Recruiter Nation Live series.  It started with the Recruiter Nation Live Conference in San Francisco last June, and continued …

Through Hell and High Water: Your People Strategy

Kathy Rapp Change Management, Current Affairs, Driving Productivity, HR & Sports, Innovation, Kathy Rapp, Leadership, Managing People, Metrics, Performance, Sports, Talent Strategy 1 Comment

After the Houston Astros knocked off three historic teams—The Red Sox, Yankees and Dodgers—the city of Houston celebrated its first-ever World Series Championship.  “Houston Strong“, coined post-Hurricane Harvey, became the mantra and the common thread that bound players, fans and observers together. Beer was certainly part of that celebration, and Budweiser produced another tear-inducing spot that gave props to a …

“Post and Pray” Actually Takes More Work Than Recruitment Marketing!

Tim Sackett job postings, Recruitment Marketing, Smashfly, Tim Sackett 4 Comments

I read a great post over at Social Talent recently, written by Manna Shah, titled “Why You Should Stop Posting on Job Boards, Now!” Shah laid out the workflow between going out on job boards and posting jobs, versus going out and specifically sourcing for the candidates you actually know will fit the opening you are recruiting for. Here’s the …

You Already Have AI in Your Company – Time to Energize It!

Paul Hebert A.I., Culture, Employee Engagement, Employment Branding and Culture, Engagement and Satisfaction, Managing People, Paul Hebert, Performance, Recognition 1 Comment

This post will be both intellectually deep and shallow. It will follow the rules of the quantum world – it will take both paths simultaneously – blog quantum superposition if you will. It will be intellectually deep because I’m pulling from a piece that was posted recently on the Edge.org which describes its mission as: “To arrive at the edge …

How Much Career Development Do You Owe Your Employees?

Elizabeth Dickerson Elizabeth Dickerson, Employee Development 3 Comments

When you hear the words “career development” you’re probably thinking about the time and financial resources that you would need to invest in your workforce… But in reality, it’s so much more than that. Career development programs not only support employee retention and reflect well on the company, but they make employees better producers and performers. As a great place …

Fake News or Just BS ? Why You Should Be Skeptical of Generation-Bashing Workplace Surveys

John Hollon Generations, John Hollon 2 Comments

Why are so many people so into generation bashing today? For years, I’ve heard people gripe about the shortcomings of the Millennial generation, as if Gen X and the Baby Boomers (of which I am one) are somehow perfect and didn’t have their own challenges. I’ve written this before, but I’m sick and tired of the non-stop drumbeat that Millennials …

Another Vile Type of Harassment: The Corporate Freeze-out

Dawn Burke Dawn Burke, Leadership 1 Comment

Being excluded sucks.  When everyone else is talking about MindHunter on Netflix and you don’t know what the hell is going on, it stinks.  Or when you see 10 cars in front of your neighbor’s house, you know for a second you’re like, “Dang, a party? Hmmm, my invite must have gotten lost.”  You aren’t alone. It’s universally human to …