Setting Expectations: Recruiters, Occupy the Table

There was a time when the common lament heard in the human resources community was that they wanted a “seat at the table.” Mention that in any gathering of HR people today and the audible groans will roll over the room like thunder. Like any other phrase that becomes cliché because it is overworked, misunderstood, and misused, this concept is in reality both right and wrong at the same time. It will always be true… Read More »Setting Expectations: Recruiters, Occupy the Table

The #tru Meaning of an #un Experience

I am embarrassed to say that I actually told people that I would be a track “leader” at the #truNewYork unconference on May 18th. The truth is that the normal process for leading a track in one of Bill Boorman’s global meeting-of-the-minds is to stir the conversation and then listen. The next time that Bill invites me to participate, I’ll use the term “convo stirrers” to promote the conference because that is what the track… Read More »The #tru Meaning of an #un Experience