Feel the Burnout?

Summer has barely ended and yet it seems that, despite all of the traditional vacation time during this season, worker burnout is a topic still on the minds of many. First there was a great HBR blog post that makes several good points about the disconnect between the...

Promised Raises and Handling Top Talent

I recently was asked by a client for some advice in a tough situation: She had applied for a lateral but much higher paying position in her own company and was told that she was far too valuable in her current (lower paying) role to be considered for the new job. This...

Powerpoint Failures

I found this article at NPR about many different groups of professionals that are ditching PowerPoint for various reasons. This is a movement in many fields that has legs, I think, and something that every leader should consider. I can’t fully commit to calling...

The Perils of Social Media and HR

Much has been said of the recent kerfuffle over Kelly Blazek’s snarky rejection message to a LinkedIn connection request and message from jobseeker Diana Mekota and how it went viral when Mekota posted the message to Imgur, Reddit, and Facebook. If the big headline is...

Yes! Lots of execs struggle with #strategy not for lack of creatvity, but because they can't say No to great ideas. https://t.co/vHg2XfMMXT

The Resulting Fallacy Is Ruining Your Decisions https://t.co/yhBXEKlH2t via @NautilusMag -- Especially good read for lame poker players like me!

First book I finished of the New Year was Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None after a challenge from my daughter. Super satisfying -- here's a link to peak your interest. https://t.co/nVzUdHsEKD

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