Tag Archives: i-o psychology

RJPs, ELPs, and other Alphabet Soups (Part 2 in learning to Fish)

Today we’re going to look at one or two of the most powerful tools in an HR executive’s arsenal. I have a hard time seeing these as two totally separate tools. It’s a bit like saying that a flat-head and … Continue reading

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Persuasion (Part 1 of Fishing Lessons)

If you haven’t read Dr. Robert Cialdini’s, “Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion,” you need to. I’ve heard talk about that this is a great book for sales and marketing people. Not true. It’s a great book for anyone who has … Continue reading

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Hiring for HR Excellence

This is a fairly hot-button topic for me, especially considering my field of expertise. The author of this article is right, HR people used to just be the people who handled payroll or on-boarding, but now HR is becoming a … Continue reading

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