Meet Tim Sackett. If you haven’t already met him. In TA circles, he needs no introduction. He also defies categorization if an intro is attempted, … Read more
Happening on TLNT: Coaches Should Not Replace Managers
I remember clearly when I worked at Prudential the conversations I had with senior leaders about coaching — namely, that having a coach was a stigma. … Read more
Happening on TLNT: Can Managers and Direct Reports Be Friends?
“The average person spends 8.5 hours per day at work. That means you spend about one-third of your life working and likely spend more time … Read more
Happening on TLNT: Oversight vs Surveillance
As many workers continue to work remotely, so too continues the interest in monitoring them. Or is it surveilling them? Or is it micro-managing them? Or is … Read more
Happening on TLNT: Managing a Level-Six “Assbag” Crisis
Late in my HR career, I provided support to a group of IT professionals in our St. Louis office. It wasn’t a glamorous job, but it was nice to talk to … Read more
Experience Doesn’t Predict New-Hire Success: Avoid This Most Expensive Hiring Error
If you’re involved in hiring, it’s critical that you act on this startling revelation: “Experience doesn’t predict a new hire’s success.” Hiring with a … Read more
A Culture of True Transparency Has Helped This Company Soar
I talk to and meet many companies on a daily basis. Each and every company is a special snowflake … or so they think. Your product or service might be … Read more
The Bots and Apps Are Taking Over!
Academia is getting into HR tech development. Two professors and an administrator at Temple University business school have come up with DevelapMe, a … Read more