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Just Throw a Webinar – May 25 at Noon EDT

Six years ago I wrote a post on Fistful of Talent called “Just Throw Strikes.” The gist of the post was that too often what we think is helpful advice is rarely that. At best it is just a restatement… Continue Reading →

Acquired Tastes and HR Personalities on #TimSackettDay

Scotch Expensive Cigars Caviar The book Dune… Recruiting Animal   What do these things have in common? For a start, a ton of people hate them. And an equal number of people find them awesome and their reason for living…. Continue Reading →

Want to Increase Employee Engagement? Stop Recognizing Employees.

This post is a redo of a post from a few years back (about 4 or 5 to be not-exact.) I decided to remix/repost based on a twitter conversation I had with @TrishMcFarlane and @AKABruno (aka Matt Stollack.) Trish said:… Continue Reading →

Crap Advice On Recognition from Inc Magazine – #SMDH

  Normally I let articles in the mainstream media that are patently incorrect slide by. There’s just too many of them for me to waste my time trying to correct the idiocy that passes for business journalism in today’s world…. Continue Reading →

Sometimes you just need to hit publish…#50over50HR

I’ve heard on more than one occasion ideas are easy, execution is hard. Let me rephrase that and say execution isn’t always hard – but it is always very, very scary. The fun part about ideas is as long as they exist… Continue Reading →

Recognition is Too Easy

I’ve been watching the recognition and reward industry for the last 25 years. It’s gone from a relatively unknown and underutilized tactic to drive employee satisfaction and employee engagement to being almost a daily headline in any HR focused publication… Continue Reading →

Contrary to Popular Punditry – People Haven’t Changed

I gave the book “Drive” by Daniel Pink the side-eye when it came out 4 years ago for a variety of reasons. Mostly because it was a little idea well-packaged for mass consumption. The marketing of it was superb and… Continue Reading →

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