Telling High Potential Employees That They’re High Potential

One of the cool things about writing at FOT is that I get to meet tons of folks from around the country. I often get questions from those awesome HR… Get the Rest

Tinder CEO Makes Hires Off His Own App (Or Why It’s Time to Refresh Your Harassment Training)

Image from Meshworking.com Who here is on Tinder? Not me, people. But I appreciate the... cough... algorithm behind the app. I also appreciate how new technology makes seemingly unfathomable work mishaps

WORK DREAMS: Teaching Mick Jagger to Eurostep…

How many of you have dreams about work? Of course you dream about work. How could you not? You work more than you sleep. I guess the key question

Are You Brave Enough To Teach Leaders To Not Treat Everyone Equally?

Leadership slang time, people. Let's give you a term you can text your fellow HR/Talent pros in response to hearing that they're stuck in a time-suck they shouldn't be in. The term/acronym?

Leadership Lessons From Limp Bizkit

I'm Generation X.  If there was ever any doubt about that, this post should put that doubt to rest. One day last year found me rolling through airports in

VIDEO: Onboarding – It’s More Than 100 Pages of New Hire Paperwork

New hire paperwork and onboarding are two different things, right?! In this episode of our L&D Hangout series, our very own Kris Dunn and Dawn Burke discuss how to onboard with a

A Prescription For Recruiting Training In 2016

Will you come train my team? I love that question. Ask me 1 year ago, 2 years ago, 5 years ago, 8 years ago and the answer was always...

5 Things Naming Your Conference Rooms Says About Your Leadership Style…

My boy Tim Sackett and I recently had the pleasure of being on the Meridian Knowledge L&D Hangout series, where we waxed poetic a bit on all things

Stop Undermining My Sweet Onboarding Game, Disgruntled Masses

It's usually an afterthought with great hires you make. You found  a great person for your open position. You did what you were supposed to do---find great talent, engage

If You Want a Culture of Feedback, You Should Measure the Sensitivity of Those You Hire

Feedback has never been on the menu for most of us, people. Here's a taste of what I'm talking about from the aptly-named Tim Sackett Project: Here are the