What No-one is Telling You About Navigating Your Company’s Employment Brand Online

Are you hearing this a lot?: "future of work...blah blah blah.... millennial... blah... technological shift"? Yes yes, it is true, it's real, and we do need to prepare for change in the world of work. But something I've noticed is that we aren't so great at preparing for is what's just around the corner. No … Continue reading What No-one is Telling You About Navigating Your Company’s Employment Brand Online

Psych Assessments and Personality Profiles: Worth It?

This week's post is a result of a question submitted through Engage Learn Build. It's a question I get asked frequently in various forms - from executives looking to evaluate their team or a new hire, managers who feel they should be using psych assessments but don't know where to start, right through to friends … Continue reading Psych Assessments and Personality Profiles: Worth It?

The Balancing Act of Work/Life Balance in the World of HR

I wear many hats as a people & culture professional: strategic advisor, problem solver, sounding board, behaviour changer... but I'm also a friend, a partner, a daughter, a sister. There - I said it. I have a life outside of work! While I love the variety my chosen profession brings sometimes it is really tiring. … Continue reading The Balancing Act of Work/Life Balance in the World of HR

Hard Truth: I Would Judge You On Your Social Media Profile

Yup, let's face it. We've all done it. Sussed out that new work contact on LinkedIn or Twitter (maybe Google Circles... or not) and judged them a little. Unprofessional photo (Wearing tinsel in his hair? Really?!) Mistakes in the description of the copywriter job she had... wouldn't recommend her to anyone! A bio written in … Continue reading Hard Truth: I Would Judge You On Your Social Media Profile