PLEASE SHUT UP: The Idiot-Proof Coaching Tool for Managers (FOT/HR Capitalist Webcast)

Kris Dunn Kris Dunn, Negotiation, Organizational Development, Performance, Steve Boese

Steve Boese (HR Technology Blog, HR Happy Hour) and I are rocking the casbah (that’s right, shareef don’t like it..) with Sonar6 at this month’s Fistful of Talent webinar entitled, “PLEASE SHUT UP: The Idiot-Proof Coaching Tool for Managers“.  Sonar6 is hosting this shindig, so I’ll link to the registration below and cut and paste the rundown they did.  It’s going to be good: “This month …

HR Owns This One. Bellweathers – Charlie Sheen – HR Capitalist

Paul Hebert Culture, Current Affairs, Engagement and Satisfaction, Good HR, Kris Dunn, Organizational Development, Paul Hebert, Performance, Recognition, War for Talent

You are what you eat. You are what you drive. You are where you live. You are who you put up with. Is Charlie Sheen an Employee Bellwether? At first Charlie Sheen was an interesting side note to all the crazy stuff associated with the star-laden left coast. Then he became something more. He became headline news.  He became a …

A Question for Linkedin Aficionados – Oh and HR Folks Too…

Paul Hebert Organizational Development, Paul Hebert, Performance, Social Recruiting

There was a time when competence was a necessary evil for doing your job.  I remember a day when my boss actually expected me to know how to write a proposal.  He/She wanted me to understand the ins and outs of designing reward and recognition programs.  I was actually held accountable for learning my craft and understanding how what I …

The Obama/Clinton Press Conference – A Lesson In Leadership…

Andy Porter Andy Porter, Leadership, Organizational Development, Performance

Unless you’ve been in isolation from the outside world this past weekend you’ve no doubt heard the hub bub over the impromptu press conference held by Presidents Obama and Clinton last Friday.  Far as I can tell Obama is being universally panned for this move with some going so far as to say he’s officially “jumped the shark” and his …

Balance of Power Means You Aren’t Allowed to Make Decisions That Stink…

Kris Dunn Kris Dunn, Leadership, Organizational Development

Hey, don't write yourself off yetIt's only in your head you feel left out orlooked down on.Just try your best, try everything you can.And don't you worry what they tell themselves when you're away. Hi America! It's me.  Jimmy Eat World used to call me "The Middle".  I'm the collective group of folks that won't allow themselves to be polarized …

Manager, Director or VP of HR: Generalists Rule the World…

Kris Dunn HR, Kris Dunn, Organizational Development, Working With Recruiters

I’m an HR Generalist by trade, and I’ve always been proud of that fact.  A good generalist can do it all, with style, grace and a street-smart attitude that’s almost impossible to replace. Of course, some people have periodically said that the generalist role is dead or in the process of dying, with Jack Kevorkian in the next room.  I’ve always …