Tag Archives: human resources

HR & CHRO Evolution: Jason Hanold Q&A Part 2

In part one of my interview with Jason Hanold, CEO and co-Managing Partner at Hanold Associates, we discussed his journey to the CEO chair, how the HR field/role has evolved over the past decade, and what CEOs seek in their HR professionals today.

|24 Apr 2020

CHRO Evolution: Jason Hanold on What CEOs Expect

This is part 1 of my interview with Jason about his journey to the CEO chair and the progression of the CHRO role. Look for part 2 next week.

|14 Apr 2020

Randstad CEO: The Future of Staffing Part 2

Randstad CEO Karen Fichuk is in her first year on the job.

|01 Oct 2019

Randstad CEO Karen Fichuk: Leading Staffing into the Future

Randstad North America CEO Karen Fichuk joined the company in February after spending much of her career at Nielsen.

|23 Sep 2019

CEO Interview: Shawn Jenkins, Benefitfocus, Part 1

Shawn Jenkins runs Benefitfocus, a leading provider of cloud-based benefits management software. In this two-part interview, he spoke with me about his journey as a CEO.

|31 Jan 2017

CEO Interview with SkillSurvey’s Ray Bixler

I recently spoke with Ray Bixler, CEO of cloud-based reference checking technology firm SkillSurvey.

|16 Feb 2016

Are You Guilty of “Been There Done That” Hiring?

I understand the appeal of looking for job candidates who have done the job before, but a “been there done that” approach to hiring often leads to less than optimal results.

|13 May 2014

Rating employees has its merits

Microsoft has finally abandoned its ill-conceived performance review system that pitted employee against employee. It would be easy to conclude from this that rating employees is a bad idea. Nothing could be further from the truth.

|18 Nov 2013

When CEOs demonstrate cowardice under fire

I was a member of a CEO peer group years ago. The format of the monthly meetings involved reviewing your current business situation and discussing what actions each CEO should take.

|07 Nov 2013

10 measures to a high-performance culture: 8-10

So far in this series I’ve covered seven of the 10 measures that I found helped me build high-performing cultures in my companies by putting the SCARF model into practice:

Private offices for all employees
An open meeting policy
Having an anonymou

|20 Aug 2013