This is part three of a three-part look at how companies can manage change in meaningful ways that make sense for individual employees and the organization … Read more
Vadim Liberman is a talent strategist, pundit, and advocate—a chief renegade officer advancing how we think, work, and live. With an expansive background in employee engagement, internal communications, and business journalism, Vadim mixes skepticism and hope to challenge conventions and create better workplaces. Check out his blog, vadimliberman.com.
Currently, Vadim is a practice leader at The Starr Conspiracy, a marketing agency that embraces humanity in business to build emotional resonance with enterprise software and services brands. Prior, Vadim managed talent engagement at Prudential, where he often battled bureaucracy and sometimes even won. Before that, he was senior editor at TCB Review, the thought-leader magazine of The Conference Board, where he explored ideas and opinions related to business management and the myriad ways that leaders fail their organizations.
Vadim also co-organizes and speaks regularly at DisruptHR events, where he has injected Madonna, cats, and ’80s television characters into presentations to inform and energize HR and other business executives. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org .
This is part two of a three-part look at how companies can manage change in meaningful ways that make sense for individual employees and the organization … Read more
This is part one of a three-part look at how companies can manage change in meaningful ways that make sense for individual employees and the organization … Read more
I’m part of the 2 percent. I work for the tiny fraction of U.S. companies that offer unlimited paid time off (PTO). That’s right, I get to watch The Price … Read more
As if you haven’t read enough opinions about the fiasco that a Google software engineer sparked with his memo about diversity, I’m about to offer viewpoint … Read more
Beware of people who say things like, “I’m the sort of person who likes to get things done.” They almost always make this remark when trying to impress an … Read more
I recently read an article in which AT&T Chief Diversity Officer Cynthia Marshall said, “It makes good business sense to have an employee base that … Read more
The state of performance management sucks. I wrote as much in a recent cover story for The Conference Board Review. Not that you need to read my article to … Read more
Do parents make good HR professionals? I ask because I worry that too many HR people — with or without children — mistake themselves for moms and dads when … Read more
Let’s start with an uncomfortable truth — there is not one corporation that cares about its workers’ health. If gorging on quadruple-patty burgers … Read more