Tag: Truths

7 Core Truths That Evolved in 2016 and How They Will Impact 2017

The end of a calendar year has always been a time of reflection for me. Nestled between Thanksgiving and New Year’s is my birthday; that annual reminder that it is time to take stock of life, career, and profession. When I think about my job, I have identified seven truths that I have come to embrace in 2016. Not that the topics were new…

5 Truths About Detail Orientation In the People You Hire

My company gets the opportunity to be involved in thousands of hires ever year.  It’s an interesting test tube, especially since we help other companies hire.  So, it’s not our culture we’re hiring for most of the time, but the individual cultures of the client who partner with Kinetix. As part of that, I’ve grown up a little bit related to assessments.  Growing up…

Three Truths and a Lie

In partnership with DisruptHR, TLNT presents some of the best Disrupt presentations from events across North America and now the world. Disrupt talks are modeled on the TEDx concept: Short, to the point talks on all things HR — talent, culture and technology.

The 7 Brutal Truths About Recruiting No One Wants to Admit

Don’t you love Clickbait titles!?  I mean you read that title and you’re like, “JFC, Tim! Okay, I need to see what crazy sh*t he’s going to say about recruiting and who he pisses off today!” Okay, so, here you go! I recently got back from CareerBuilder’s Empower. It’s basically a recruiting conference for CB clients. Empower had a great recruiting content for both…

5 Truths You Can’t Change About Learning in the Workplace

Let’s be honest – a lot of organizations (most, in fact) play lip service to the concept of learning and development.  We say it’s important, but our spend per employee is a fraction of what’s reported by the Bersins of the world, our managers can’t generally make time to pull people off the floor/out of the field for L&D activities and worst of all…

7 Talent Community Truths That Took Me Years to Learn

Ten years ago, I realized that the worldwide web had turned social. I wasn’t certain when it happened, but suddenly it became a reality. The social revolution really put talent sourcers on the map. Social media was the answer to our dreams; people were no longer in hiding, we could find anyone. Social recruiting became a highly valued expertise and the adventure began.