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Culture Mapping 2.0

This post originally appeared on the greenhouse blog.   An Exercise to Help You Map Out Your Core Values and Achieve a Cohesive Company Culture In my last post, I showed you how you could utilize design mapping techniques to better understand how the disparate pieces of your culture interrelate. Now, I’m going to show you how […]

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Here’s How to Turn Your Job Descriptions Into Viral Hits

This post was originally published as a guest contribution on Lever’s blog. Lever is the world’s first collaborative applicant tracking system that you and your entire team will love.  Have you ever created a job posting that hundreds of thousands of people go to sleep at night dreaming about? One that breathes new life into your recruiting pipeline […]

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7 Steps to Building a Family Culture at Your company

This post was originally published on gothamCulture’s blog. As a trusted partner of WeVue, gothamCulture us a leading organizational development firm that works on identifying the underlying causes of organizational obstacles and assisting leaders to develop and execute breakthrough strategies that elevate their performance. One of the most common things I hear when talking to companies about […]

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How to Inspire Culture with Empathy and Dialog

Inspired cultures are built by leaders with the ability to empathize with people across their organizations. We work best with people we think understand who we are and why we do what we do. And while empathy and emotional intelligence are buzz words in the human capital industry, do we really understand how to empathize? […]

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Meet the Millennials and their Bosses

I shot and art directed the following pieces for the WeVue blog to discuss how millennials view their work today and juxtaposed that with that their bosses are looking for when they hire young people.  The Millennial Interviews: Over the past few weeks we set out to interview the most talented millennials we know and the people […]

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The War For Talent (Infographic)

The War for Talent Where startups, corporations, and wall street vie for “the best of the best”    Anyone working in and around a business that has anything to do with using your brain has heard the phrase “The War for Talent”. The recession is over… Jobs are aplenty, and the best candidates in nearly every […]

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WTF Should I Be When I Grow Up?

One of my good friends is a neoclassical realist portrait painter (His name is Landon Clay, and you can check out his work here). He specializes in lifelike oil paintings of the human figure. He wants to be a famous artist when he grows up, so he paints for 14 hours a day.   We […]

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The Game of Tech (Infographic)

The Houses of Westeros   as Modern Tech Companies Tech workers are no strangers to war metaphors: We have the War for Talent TechCrunch Disrupt’s Startup Battlefield A Players And coding Ninjas. While we have yet to hear of a CEO referred to as the general or field marshall, we tend to believe that if […]

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StartupBus Culture

We are a slingshot in the form of a bus that takes tech minded people, forces them to go through the startup equivalent of hazing, and they come out the other side of an intense five day experience knowing what they are truly capable of… …How we do things I’ve been trying to define culture […]

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