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Can You Really Get Feedback From People Who Turn Down a Job Offer?

By John Hollon

In a workplace world where we conduct job interviews, exit interviews, and sometimes even "stay" interviews, it's not surprising that there's now a call to conduct interviews with people who turn down your job offer.

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The 5 Things Candidates Do To Foul Up Their Hiring Chances

By John Hollon

Searching for a job can be difficult, and even though the market is improving, it still doesn't take much for a candidate to knock themselves out of the running for a promising position.

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A Leadership Parable from Steve Jobs: Reach Hearts First and Their Minds Will Follow (Video)

By Chuck Garcia

For a master class in how to sell an idea — and in this case, a product as well — with emotion, watch Steve Jobs’ June 12, 2005 Stanford commencement address. It’s one of the most moving and effective pieces of oratory I’ve ever seen.

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Sorry Jack Welch - GE Finally Decides to Stop Rating Its Employees

By John Hollon

You know that the state of annual performance review is in peril when General Electric finally decides to stop rating employees.

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Hiring Wisely: It's About Passion and Bringing Something to the Table

By John Hollon

It's the Holy Grail of hiring: Finding the magic formula that will help you land the very best talent.

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How to Make a 5-Hour Workday Work for You and Your Workforce

By Stephan Aarstol

The 9-to-5 grind has created a cult of workaholics.

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Isn't It Time We Change the Mindset When It Comes to Management?

By Derek Irvine

Organizations are becoming flatter and more flexible, at least according to conventional wisdom.

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Elon Musk's 10 Rules For Success - and 2 Are About Better Hiring

By John Hollon

Elon Musk is known for a lot of things -- his early success at PayPal, Tesla, SpaceX, Solar City -- but not as much about what he looks for when hiring talent for one of his many ventures.

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It's the No. 1 Thing Leaders Need: The Simple Ability to Make Connections

By Carol Anderson

I must start with a disclaimer: This is not a validated research study. This is Anderson logic, plain and simple, formed by years of experience watching leaders of all levels and skill.

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Forget Engagement - Maybe We Should Really be Focused on Employee Trust

By John Hollon

Workplace trust is terribly important, and along with culture, probably one of the two biggest factors that drive your workplace -- even if you don't realize it.

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