Month: November 2017

Asking the Right Questions Always Leads to Improvement

Asking the Right Questions Always Leads to Improvement

I am the proud father of two little boys, ages three and five. Among the busy days, messes, and laughter there is one other constant: questions. What are we doing tonight? How does a key work? Could you somehow get inside a leaf? Maybe you can relate to this line of questioning. Recently my son asked, “Dad, where… Read More

Hiring for Year One (Part 1)

Hiring for Year One Reframing the Talent Gap Conversation Part I

Part 1 - Reframing the Talent Gap Conversation Reports on the deepening talent divide are overwhelming. As I look at the large-scale efforts led by many businesses and institutions in response, I feel some relief that steps are being taken towards long-term, systemic change. Yet there is an increasing need for immediate change. You will soon learn that… Read More