It’s not you California, it’s me. Homecoming awaits.
We need to be okay with showing vulnerability and weakness at work. When you don’t, it can backfire in spectacular ways.
The iPad isn’t great at multitasking. In fact, for most things, it’s terrible. The iPad’s limitations are actually a benefit to not just our relationship with technology, but with the way we do our work productively with the help of technology.
How does Saba combine three major products and turn the world of talent management around without blowing it all up?
Forget getting replaced by AI and robots. The future starts today and companies who forget that are already expendable.
Many people overestimate the impact of change on their lives. Me? I do the opposite. This time, I paid for it. Photo by kyler trautner on Unsplash Not-so-secretly, there’s a part of me that always wants to be moving. I like travel. I like the discomfort. I like living in new places. The other part of me […]
“Pick three.” I scanned a table full of one-inch buttons with different labels. It was supposed to be a lesson in being vulnerable and honest — getting beyond job titles to talk about ourselves. Most of the descriptions didn’t fit me: Religious, middle child, conservative, queer… So I picked a description that may be obvious at first […]
I haven’t always been positive on Glassdoor. I feel like their review system is problematic and that they aren’t really part of the employer branding ecosystem they desire to be. They may be a great job board with an interesting value proposition but that was it. After their last round of funding in 2016, I […]
Today, Google announced the launch of Hire, a new recruiting product that is built into G Suite, their enterprise productivity offering. Unlike most recruiting product announcements, this one truly means something. Why? First of all, Google is one of the largest software companies in the world (well, and one of the largest companies, period). They […]
If you’ve been around marketing long enough, you hear something about generational differences once every few seconds. Ditto for HR. There’s all kinds of studies that generally seem to separate our current population into six big groups of generations: Greatest generation Silent generation Baby boomers Gen X Gen Y (or Millennials) Gen Z Lots of […]