In my last post, we talked about better interviews from the position of the person being interviewed. Today, we’re going to talk about the person, people, and organizations conducting the interview. Because despite interviews being a common practice, it’s also something that is seldom critically analyzed. More often, it’s an unconscious and repeated process. Content […]

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If you are in the job market, you know how stressful it can be to prepare for an interview. Even people who typically thrive in an interview, can find that, in the wrong environment or on the wrong day, an interview can go horribly “off-the-rails.” Today, I’m going to give you the interview cheat code. […]

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Decisions, Decisions.

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 4 min read

Maybe you can relate? One of the recurring struggles of my life is figuring out how to maintain an effective balance between saying yes and saying no. It can be easy to say yes in our zeal to people please or during a moment where something excites us. Yet, it can also be intoxicating to […]

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Deliberately Imposed Constraint: Write a useful post but keep it under 500 words Many businesses struggle with recurring accountabilities. This can lead to important work being missed, and opportunities squandered. Additionally, with the proliferation of online tools many people inside businesses grow confused about what tools are used for what purpose. It’s important that everyone […]

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As we rapidly approach the catastrophic 2°C in temperature rise, awaiting the destruction it promises to reap upon coastal societies, and the refugee crisis we can barely begin to even conceive, I find myself wondering so many things… Which do you think would be more effective for employee retention? If we really are approaching the […]

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The 3-Step Meeting Formula

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 3 min read

I, like many of you, attend a lot of meetings. While the majority are now virtual, taking place on Zoom or Teams, I do occasionally have in-person meetings. Regardless of whether we stare at each other, face-to-face or through screens, I’ve come to realize after thousands of meetings that there are only three questions that […]

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On Grief & Bereavement

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 8 min read

Gosh, I’m in a real pickle here! Maybe you can help me out. You see, I’m trying to put together a bereavement policy for my corporation and I have a few empty cells in my spreadsheet. Help me out… Oh! And I almost forgot: should minimum wage employees qualify for paid time off or should […]

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Business Ethics of Neutrality

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 10 min read

There is a lot going on in the United States right now. Things that have a lot of your team members, customers, vendors, partners, and other stakeholders very concerned, anxious, or frightened. Yet, somehow, with everything going on in the world, there’s a pervasive idea that businesses are supposed to be apolitical entities that stay […]

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Units of Time

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 5 min read

1 hour. 60 minutes. 3,600 seconds. Indulge me. Play along. This won’t take long. In the last hour… I want you to think about the last hour before this moment. What did you do? What did you accomplish? How did it compare against your baseline? Keep your answers to these questions in mind throughout this […]

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Automation Rules

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 6 min read

Even before generative AI hit the scene, there were plenty of ways computers could help us automate repetitive tasks. I remember using Actions and Batch Processing in Photoshop back in 2003/2004 to record a series of steps and then apply those steps to hundreds of photos at a time. I remember using a tool that […]

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