Lie to Me: A Case Study in Integrity
Whether we like to admit it or not, morality is hardly ever black and white. Sometimes as leaders, we come face to face with the reality tha
What's In A Name?
A result that was unintended is the perfect time to start a dialogue. Something happened, and it needs to be discussed. It isn't admitti
Final Thoughts - Connections and Turning Points at #SHRM18
These people have changed me. They've brought me out of my shell. They've shown me a path forward. And to them, I owe so much.
The Death of the "M"-word
Being a leader is complicated, because people are complicated. There's no escaping it. If you don't think you can handle it, then do
#SHRM18 - HR Is Simple, Really
Steve isn't your typical HR guy. He wears jeans and tie die shirts. He laughs at things, makes jokes, loves music. And also, he thinks t
Find Your Zen
How many times have you had an employee in your office, frustrated and telling you in no uncertain terms that they can't work with a...
Reconnect With Your Inner Child - It Will Make You A Better Employee
The simple truth is, we've had the right stuff inside us the whole time. We learned it at a young age. But somewhere along the line we s
You Hired Dr. Jekyll, But Got Mr. Hyde
When their first day of work finally gets here, you are so excited to get them up to speed. And then WHAM! They show up and spew a big pile
Final Countdown to #SHRM18
For those of us who may be attending their first SHRM conference, I'd like to pass on a few pointers to help you make the most of your e
Find Your Left Foot
We all have a left foot. Both literally and figuratively. It may be an uncanny ability to match the right candidate with the right job. Or i