Fistful of Talent plays a major role in influencing my Tuesday evening watch list. It began with Up in the air, followed by Office Space and last evening I ended up watching Coffee Town. Not only movie choices, FoT also holds a fair bit of influence on what I write. Remember how I said, ‘Once … Continue reading Sit next to the smart ones!
Every once in a while (too often to be honest), I find myself nodding in agreement with the posts on Fistful of Talent. I know, I know, I mention them far too often here, but it’s only because they are a bunch of fantastic folks. Some of my posts are inspired by what they put … Continue reading “How much did they pay you to give up on your dreams?”
A few days ago I came across a post with a title that went something like - "The way to be happy at work is to find something you love outside of work". I found it rather interesting and parked the piece for later. Alas, the post witnessed a similar fate to bobby pins and I never … Continue reading Finding something outside of work
I love the folks over at Fistful of Talent. So much so that I even wanted to write for them; but that’s a different story. I love how they question everything & suggest the improbable. (Note: I didn’t say impossible). So, when earlier this week when Jason Laurtisen suggested that we abandon anonymity in the … Continue reading Abandon Anonymity in Employee Surveys?
I hope you've got the answer to this one ready. An interesting read:http://fistfuloftalent.com/2014/01/least-credible-hr-person-know.html