Archive | September 2011
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It’s been a week since the start of Ohio SHRM, HR Rocks. Steve Browne and the team put on a great show. The right blend of entertainment, fun and great sessions. Plenty of good learning and take aways, but more importantly, lots of smiles and great memories. I wonder if the C.I.P.D. have ever put […]
#Ohio SHRM gave me the opportunity to meet the man behind the myth behind the legend that is William Tincup. Tincup is something of a marketing legend. I’ve seen what he has done for his own brand within the HR and Recruiting space, as well as other projects, and the impact he has had in […]
I thought this story was worth sharing. With 500k collective views, a bit of YouTube immortality.The ad’s attached to the video are for a competitor store. Not sure if it was just a rogue guy that didn’t think,or if a bit more guidance would have prevented it. He is obviously a gifted and creative guy. […]
I’m listening to China Gorman delivering the closing key-note to what has been an outstanding Ohio SHRM. China starts by citing a Fast Company report from 2005, which legitimized denigrating HR.This hasn’t stopped, social media has exploded it and HR professionals have listened, and even take part themselves. It’s like a feeding fest. China is […]
Mark Stelzner is a brilliant consultant and speaker.I’m blogging live from his session at Ohio SHRM. The key message is keep it very simple. When you present a business case, the longer it is the more likely it will be ignored. Keep your writing concise, broken up with simple to understand visuals. Write the executive […]
This is the fourth time I’ve written this post, to introduce the conversation I’m going to be hosting on Thursday for Ohio SHRM. Part of what I’m going to be talking about, and the questions I’m going to be asking revolve around the skills gap and employability, and how this impacts on HR thinking. I […]