Welcome to #BestBlogs, the weekly curation of the world of work. The latest ideas on organization life, collaboration and our personal power in worklife from practitioners around the globe are collected here so you too may become more effective, perhaps even more satisfied, in career. Every week our theme emerges organically and this week we … Continue reading Best Blogs 27 Februar 2015
Christopher’s blog is one of my most consistent reads because of the healthy mix of advice, insight and pathways to other bloggers that he provides. When I “stroll” through my WordPress Reader, his posts are one of my most regular stops.
I think you should check out his blog, and add him to your regular reading list for two reasons. The work he produces in the areas of 1) Talent, Teams & Technology, and 2) the work he shares via his “Best Blogs” series.
1) Talent, Teams & Technology:
Christopher’s blog focuses on “talent, teams and technology”. He consistently posts on these topics in a manner that is easy to relate to what we do every single day. Each post is a relatively quick read and…
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Its not what you think. While Google, Apple and others in Silicon Valley are known for their employee perks, the concierge I'm talking about is all about butts in seats. Specifically high dollar butts that expect - and frankly should get - a flawless start-up experience in order to land them in their seats. Let's … Continue reading Concierge Service
Its officially time to worry. Less than an hour before a big preso these were the thoughts running through my head. We were pitching an idea to a client and it didn't look good. I'd worked with the other team members before and, if I had thought more about those earlier experiences, I would not … Continue reading The Me in Team
They say familiarity breeds contempt. I'm not sure I'd go that far but it does in my experience lead to undervaluing what you have. In career and culture its easy over time to let familiarity dull our senses. Any excessive knowledge of something lets our mind put it in a box attaching certain meaning to … Continue reading Contempt
I stayed home. The other day I called in sick to work. I'd started coming down with something the day before and in 24 hours I was laying low. It's funny how we look at time away from work. An astonishing 50% of us leave annual vacation time (holiday to my international friends) on the … Continue reading Day Off
Welcome to #BestBlogs, the weekly curation of the world of work. The latest ideas on organization life, collaboration and our personal power in worklife from practitioners around the globe are collected here so you too may become more effective, perhaps even more satisfied, in career. Every week our theme emerges organically and this week we … Continue reading Best Blogs 20 Février 2015
No fried chicken tonight. When I was about 8 which was a very long time ago we were on a road trip. We were always on a road trip - I went to four high schools - so that wasn't unusual. Fast food really wasn't a big thing yet and kids did not go to … Continue reading Fried Chicken
Can you feel me now? I've worked with vendors on software and services for many years and know how to separate the good ones (and they're out there) from the rest. It comes with the territory. So, if you're a provider and you're already good you can stop reading now: see? I just saved you … Continue reading Vendor Soup
I just don't see the fit. If you've been in recruiting for any length of time you've heard this maddening phrase. Under the guise of protecting the "culture" managers often use gobbledy-gook like this to say "I don't like someone" in a politically correct way. Yet there is a time to think of your own … Continue reading Fit Test