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TalentCulture | October 30, 2014

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Workplace Culture and Innovation

Workplace Bullying: Bully Be Not Proud

July 28, 2014 | 3

As we all know, Congress is dysfunctional.  But legislative activity at the state and local level is hot, particularly in the employment arena.

State and local governments across the U.S. have passed a spate of recent bills on myriad issues … Read More

Why HR & Talent Management Pros Should Read Our Buying Trends Report

July 24, 2014 | 1

When you first read our HR Buying Trends Report, you may be tempted to assume there is only one target audience for the results: HR solution providers.

This is an easy assumption to make, and understandable given the scenario: we … Read More

Redefine Culture By Leaving The Jerk Zone

July 21, 2014 |

Would you tell your other half, your housemate or your child not to tell you what they think? Or to rearrange their day for you without telling them why? Or order them out to buy you a sandwich?

Those might … Read More

The Halves And Wholes Of Leadership

July 18, 2014 | 2

“Love is born with solar flares From two magnetic poles It moves towards a higher plane Where two halves make two wholes…” –Neil Peart

We simply made it up. Neither of us had really had any … Read More

The Great Rated!™ Interview: Todd Wheatland On The Brand Connection

July 17, 2014 |

Todd Wheatland straddles the boundary between employer brand and overall company brand. And to hear him tell it, that line is blurring. The face companies put forward to job seekers is increasingly just part of the overall brand message—making the … Read More

3 Ways Creative Engagement Hatches Employee Engagement

July 15, 2014 | 1

Creative engagement and employee engagement are the chicken and the egg. Or the egg and the chicken. Impossible to know which comes first because they so strongly reinforce each other. And that’s why it’s a good idea to strive for both!

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Are You Numbing Your Workforce?

July 14, 2014 | 1

There is a classic TedTalk featuring Brené Brown, in which she points out that “we cannot selectively numb emotion.” In other words, if you are numbing yourself emotionally to something that bothers you, you have to numb yourself on all other levels … Read More

Talent Engagement and the Dissed-Engaged

July 11, 2014 | 3

What to do with a productive outlier?

Especially when she’s a smart problem-solver, who is sometimes collaborative and works well with others, but who’s also a headstrong, impulsive, independent, opinionated and throws tantrums like baseballs from a wild fast pitcher, … Read More

The No Fear Approach To Handling A Combative Employee

July 9, 2014 |

As a new manager, you’re glad to have Chris on your team. He seems like an ideal employee: smart, experienced and gets things done. There’s just one problem. He disagrees with you and his co-workers at every turn. It’s to … Read More

How To Create A Competitive Claim That Is More Than Hot Air

July 9, 2014 | 1

Most companies struggle with defining what makes them unique; different from their competitors. They can’t answer the question “Why should I do business with you and NOT your competition?” in a succinct meaningful way.

There are two traps they fall … Read More