On Friday night I met with Jeremy Langhans (@Jer425 and @bluelabeltalent) and Steve Levy (@LevyRecruits) in Seattle. During the course of our discussions I made the comment that is now the title of this blog post. They both shared it through Twitter so here are the thoughts behind the comment. In 1995 I was a captain in the […]
Interested in learning how to build or improve your employer brand? I will be sharing 20 Lessons that I learned running the Army Strong campaign and have validated in the work I have done since leaving the Army. One of the 20 lessons I will share is how I applied my experience developing tactical and […]
In a recent story posted on the Recruiters Lounge it was reported that “almost half of job seekers use Glassdoor during the job search.” I think it is time for Glassdoor to change how they present their data to candidates to give them the information they really need to make an informed decision.
Today I had the pleasure of giving this presentation at the Universum Conference. I believe that games can be used to aid recruiting programs. They can be done in many ways at any cost. The only limitation is your imagination! Can we use Games for Recruiting? from David Lee
If you do build a great experience, customers tell each other about that. Word of mouth is very powerful. Jeff Bezos In CareerBuilder’s 2012 annual job forecast they published the results of a survey conducted online within the U.S. by Harris Interactive among over 3,000 full time hiring managers and HR professionals conducted throughout November 2011. The following […]
This is part 11 in an 11 part series. Veterans have experience in cultures all around the world. While most people are only familiar with the deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan service members are stationed all around the globe doing all types of missions. These experiences not only teach them how to deal with people […]
This is part 10 in an 11 part series. The military is an organization that has some of the most advanced technology in the world. From computers to airplanes service members get to learn how to use, maintain and repair equipment that in many cases is first introduced for military use. GPS is just one […]
This is part 9 in an 11 part series. In the Army, Soldiers are held accountable for all the equipment owned by the Army. That includes weapons, canteens, desks and computers. If any equipment is lost then an investigation is conducted to determine who is held accountable. Soldiers are also held accountable for their […]
This is part 8 in an 11 part series. In the military no two days are the same. For a service member who is deployed, no matter the location, there are many pressures to deal with. From care of your Soldiers and their families to accomplishing all assigned missions. No matter the requirement, military members […]
This is part 7 in an 11 part series. Part of all military training includes time management. From arriving on time for formations to planning and executing a convoy movement, military members are constantly taught the value of being on time and the effect of poor time management.