The application of big data to talent processes raises many ethical questions.
It may help to think of your company's sale as a bit like an episode of Dancing With the Stars. Really. Every week thousands of fans tune in to Dancing with the Stars to watch their favorite celebrities learn, perform new dances, and compete against one another. Show More Summary
We are all selling something.
To answer the first question, yes; hiring managers tend to give job offers to those whom they get along with…this is all other things being equal. When you think about it, the proposition is logical as the potential boss is going to have to manage that particular employee meaning they are going to be spending […]
Constructive mentors and coaches solve their own problems first.
The Washington Post gives its list of top books in 2013.
A public display of support often satisfies people’s need to present themselves in a positive light, and they subsequently lose interest in the cause.
I once worked in a building which had an informal schedule that everyone knew. There was a time of day beyond which you would not work unless it was an emergency because that was when the odds of getting safely to your car began to drop. Show More Summary
Among the silliest questions you get in a job interview, is the one that won’t die: “Where do you see yourself in five years?” If you’ve written a business plan, you know your five-year forecast is the least reliable outcome you “predict.” ...Show More Summary
Now that we have stuffed ourselves at Thanksgiving feasts with family and friends, I would like to share a story about growing up as one of the youngest members of my extended family. When I was a little kid, dinners at extended family gatherings were always broken into two groups, the adult and kid table. Show More Summary
Without it we end up with all the right answers to all the wrong questions.
As a small business owner, that’s what you want to hear from your target market (the specific audience that you provide service or products to). That does require that you’re visible to your target and that know who you are, that they...Show More Summary
Employee Engagement One Day at a Time (Reading time: 1 minute) Engage each day. Accept the invitation to engage at work every day. Engage daily with specific results that matter to you and the organization. Engage with the key performances that will achieve your results. Engage fully each day with progress while minimizing and managing setbacks. […]
Yes, brothers and sisters, you can now get it in the United States.
Feel like you spend more time attending meetings and conference calls than actually getting work done? Here’s how to get your idealism and momentum back.
So here's the deal. You contract with a firm to burgle your office. The specific rooms can be specified and items with a red dot - one of those little stick-em things you can find at any office supply place, won't be taken. [You might want to hang on to your laptop.] All else will be grabbed overnight. Show More Summary
If you think you’re not smart enough to start your own business, think again. Here’s what you really need to be successful.
In the past year a significant proportion of the things I have been asked to help with have been to resolve issues between parties where their relationships are in trouble. In the majority of cases, after some investigation and thought, most of these issues were found to be down to what I call "little niggles" which have resulted from a "moment". Show More Summary
"His first car was so old it had a rumble seat."
Know your lines and don't bump into the furniture. - Spencer Tracy