November 24 , 2017

Leadership

How to Get Reluctant Hiring Managers Focused on Hiring

As seen on recruitingtrends, November 20, 2017. The No. 1 struggle of recruiters around the world is getting hiring managers to prioritize, and to spend more time on, recruiting. This almost universal willingness of hiring managers to put off important recruiting tasks, of course, makes no logical sense. After all, it’s the hiring manager who suffers the most when their ... Read More »

Get Ready for Food as a Management Tool (As seen on The Wall Street Journal)

For generations, Americans have packed a lunch and snacks, or purchased food at workplace cafes or nearby restaurants every workday. It was all something employees did on their own — outside of what would be considered part of a management strategy. But that’s changing, as employers begin to examine the connection between what and how workers eat and the work ... Read More »

Influence Your CEO With WOW And OW! Talent Data

As seen on Visier. This “think piece” is designed to challenge your thinking on talent metrics/analytics Everyone in HR should be aware that among the global business concerns of CEO’s, Human Capital is literally the top issue. And, unfortunately, Human Capital has been their #1 concern for four years in a row (Source: The Conference Board). In my view, a ... Read More »

Gig Hopping In The C-Suite

As seen on Forbes by Victor Snyder (CEO at BossMakers) he quotes, Dr. John Sullivan on his expertise with job hoppers. From your employer’s point of view, they may like your large network and breadth of experience, or they may be reluctant to risk an investment in you. Increasingly though, the pros are outweighing the cons as businesses realize the ... Read More »

How to Spot Critical Thinking in Job Candidates

As seen on Business Analysis & Leadership Skills Blog by Paul Crosby, June 12, 2017, quotes Dr. John Sullivan. To read entire article click here. Critical thinking requires an employee to form their own decisions and to understand that their decisions might change when new information comes to light. One of the best ways to test critical thinking is with ... Read More »