Tag Archives: people

The Reverse Interview

We all know how the typical job interview goes. The interviewee is asked a series of questions such as, “What are your skills? How long have you been in the field? What are you looking for compensation-wise?…” You all know the drill. We all know these are important questions that are a necessity in the hiring process. But, if the employee is supposed to love their job, shouldn’t the interview experience be reversed/reciprocal?

Elaina Cokinos Elaina Cokinos

The Choices We Make

“Marketing used to be what you say … now, marketing is what you do. What you make. How you act. The choices you make when you are sure no one is looking.”

Kevin M. Mitchell Kevin M. Mitchell

Human-Based Leadership Rewarded: Employees Strike to Reinstate Former CEO

America’s history is marked with strikes led by under-valued workers demanding treatment as humans instead of a faceless workforce. When grocery store employees decided to strike for two months, the news was ordinary – except that the protest was in support of their former CEO.

Coral Ann Christopher Coral Ann Christopher

Office Politics

The most important issue you will face at work is the one thing they never teach you: office politics.

Dan Callahan Dan Callahan

What About the Numbers

What About the Numbers?

Former Southwest Airlines founder and CEO Herbert Kelleher said, “Anyone who puts things solely in terms of factors that can be quantified is missing the heart of business: people.” Albert Einstein said it this way, “Not everything that can be counted counts and not everything that counts can be counted.” If these two statements are true, and they most certainly are, then why do so few organizations get it?

Dr. Charlie Cartwright Dr. Charlie Cartwright

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