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Meghan M. Biro, founder of TalentCulture, is a serial entrepreneur and globally recognized expert in talent acquisition, creative personal and corporate branding. Connect with Meghan on her LeadChange profile, website, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

#TChat Preview: Inspire Or Retire Leadership Theorem


Leadership is everyone’s business. Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman explore this fact with guest Thomas S. Narofsky as he discusses the inspire or retire leadership theorem. The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, May 21, 2014. #TChat Radio starts at 6:30 pm ET (3:30 pm PT) and the convo continues on #TChat Twitter chat from 7-8 pm » Read More


The Resiliency of Wishing Them Well

Here there be haters. It’s unavoidable. It’s inevitable. It’s sadly undeniable when it happens, because it will. You may love what you do, and love many with which you do it, and where you do it, but at some point there be haters, especially when you’re succeeding. What’s next? Read More


Social Recruiting Trends And LinkedIn


This is a guest post from Viveka von Rosen is the author of LinkedIn Marketing: An Hour a Day, contributing “expert” to LinkedIn’s official “Sophisticated Marketer’s Guide” and is known internationally as the “LinkedIn Expert.” Even though LinkedIn has long been known as a recruiter and job seeker social media site, it is extremely under-utilized as a recruitment » Read More


Why Aspirational HR Drives Business


Guest post by Kevin W. Grossman Experience outcomes. We laughed as we said it, sitting together in the mothership executive conference room at Peoplefluent planning our global domination strategy. We’d been meeting all week, meeting after meeting, a gaggle of senior leadership and marketing team leads, workshopping and brainstorming and collaborating over all that we’ve been, where » Read More


Hiring? Promoting? How to Pick an A Player


(Editor’s Note: Last week at #TChat Events, the TalentCulture community explored best practices in candidate screening with Chris Mursau, Vice President at Topgrading, and Jean Lynn, VP of HR at Home Instead Senior Care. Afterward, some of our participants expressed interest in learning more about how the Topgrading method works. In response, Chris shared this » Read More


8 Leadership Lessons from Billionaires


Ted Coine shared 8 Leadership Lessons from Billionaires over on the Talent Culture blog.  Check it out! Being rich doesn’t mean you’re wise, and it doesn’t mean you’re good. All it means for sure is that you’re rich. With that caveat firmly in place, let me share some of my favorite leadership tidbits. I’ve gathered » Read More


Social Influence and Your Brand: Connecting the Dots [Webinar]


“Don’t try to invent a tribe. Show up to lead one that exists.” –Seth Godin Today’s hyper-connected digital world has opened the door to a whole new era in brand development. Employers, HR professionals and job hunters, alike, are rapidly embracing digital channels to elevate their market presence and amplify their share of voice. With » Read More


5 Authentic Keys to Attract Top Talent

5 Authentic Keys to Attract Top Talent | Lead Change Group

Authentic Leadership leads to a sustainable workplace brand, the key to attracting talent ‘Authentic’ is a word rapidly falling out of vogue-especially with those of us engaging in social media. Yet none of us, if questioned, would deny we are authentic in our interactions with others. After all, we’re being ourselves all the time, right? » Read More


Workplace Trust – Cultivating Leaders

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Heather Coleman’s excellent post on trust started me thinking about some of the attributes of trust. In the web economy, trust must have at least three components: identity, privacy and security. Many social-networking powerhouses such as Facebook have two but not three, and sometimes only one, of these attributes, on any given day. In the » Read More


Leading with the Heart— and a Dash of Emotional Intelligence


Business leaders today face an often tough climate in which to succeed. The protracted recession has taken its toll. Where one might expect to find employees ‘grateful to have a job’, as one business owner I consulted with lately said (with a straight face, which I found disheartening), instead I talk to employees who are » Read More

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