Joe, Good stuff as always in your last post. I can’t argue that organizations have a long way to go in defining and then identifying talent. That reality goes a long way towards keeping me gainfully employed today. Talent is a messy and difficult topic if you really roll up your sleeves and dig into… Continue reading How much is TOO much diversity?
Joe, At Recruitfest last week in Boston, one of the topics that seemed to get people really engaged was the idea of a “Candidate Bill of Rights” that would outline how candidates should be treated during the recruitment process at any given company. This topic is a response to the general perception that most people… Continue reading Candidate Bill of Rights – Wrong Answer
Joe, I am sorry for the radio silence lately. Thankfully, I got to take a time off to spend with the family. I’m now back in the saddle and ready for action. Thank you for the tasty post last week where you posed the question: What about, rather than fixing management, we do away with… Continue reading Life without Management
Joe, As we’ve been talking about bad management behavior over the past couple of weeks, a question was raised by one of our readers, Chris Fleek, that I will paraphrase as this: “What do you do if you have a bad manager?” He was specifically asking how you get a bad manager to read a… Continue reading 6 Ways to Handle a Bad Manager
Joe, I have to admit, it’s a little depressing how easily these posts are to write. There is a lot of bad manager behavior out there to write about. So far, we’ve written about: The Silent Treatment Illusion of Interest The next bad manager behavior I’d like to highlight is one of the most… Continue reading Bad Managers Suck – Chapter 3