Workology: The Points Don’t Matter

Do you ever feel like your evaluation process is a skit from "Whose Line is it Anyway?" Me too. I've started exploring how to improve your evaluation process and one of the first steps is to build trust. Join me over at Workology (and my first ever post there!) as I share what I learn.  


We are definitely in a watershed moment here folks. Women, people are coming forward to say No More to harassment, sexual or otherwise. I have my own #MeToo moments but nothing like some of that we're hearing about. But that's how it starts, isn't it? It starts with someone getting away with, or not getting …

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#HRSocialHour We are Thankful!

What a fantastic conversation we had to close out the long Thanksgiving Holiday weekend (at least for those of us in the US). I really enjoyed spending a little extra time with my #HRSocialHour / #HRTribe on Twitter. Jon & I have a few things brewing for 2018, so we are so thankful for everyone …

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It’s Okay for You to be Wrong

This week was Quarterly Strategic Planning time and we took time to gather off site to work On our business. We had some good conversations and some not-so-good conversations but we got some shit done. We made some revisions to our 3 year plan to clarify a few goals. We revisited our Core Values, we …

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Selecting the #RightPerson

So, we've designed our new seat & have come up with an AWESOME marketing plan to attract the right candidate. The candidates should now be banging on our door to work for our fantastic organization - after all, we've shared our culture, our values and we've shared a clear expectation for this role & know …

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Right People, Right Seats

As I talked about in a previous post, the leadership team took some time away to talk about our business. At that meeting, our consultant (the awesome John Fulwider) gifted each of us a copy of How to Be a Great Boss by Gino Wickman. The book is a really deep dive into one chapter …

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