Month: September 2018

  • Exit Interviews: 6 Questions to Gain the Utmost Value From Lost Talent

    I help talent leave. For many of them, change is hard. It inconveniences them, disrupts their rhythms, and makes them feel very uncomfortable and uncertain, even if it excites them at the same time. By the time people come to me to help them, they are usually in pain. Sometimes it’s even physical. Most people […]

  • 7 Qualities to Weave Into Your Brand to Overcome Ageism

      I have covered ageism before, as it directly relevant and impactful to the demographic of talent I most often work with as clients – baby boomers. Sometimes perspective clients, even after walking them through the outcomes that they can expect by working with me, doubt that those results are possible for them because of their […]

  • What Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness Training ISN’T

    Why is emotional intelligence suddenly so touted as a major leadership skill? Because we know a lot more about what makes people tick, what motivates them, and what inspires top performance than we ever did before. HINT: It’s not the old dominant intimidation model that helped the moguls of the past become monopolists (Ford, Rockefeller, […]

  • What Is Experiential Recruiting and Why Are We Not Seeing More of It?

      Believe it or not, experiential recruiting isn’t new; it’s just a term that hasn’t caught on…yet. Experiential recruiting refers to interactions between recruiters and/or hiring managers and candidates in which there is an element of performance, either professional or social. Some may say it’s just about storytelling and video, but that is one-sided. You […]