Monthly Archives: September 2011

When are we going to get the message?

Robert Half just released the results of its Finance and Accounting Survey in which 36 percent of the CFO’s who responded said that the number one reason that new hires don not work out is poor skills. I would suspect that if you talked to operati… Continue reading

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What is Your Business Environment?

At the recent HR Florida Conference, the Keynote speaker Dan Pink suggested to the audience that they should read The Progress Principle by Teresa Amberlie.As I write this post I have read the first 160 pages of her book and it has made me think a… Continue reading

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L’Shana Tovah

Daniel Bloom & Associates, Inc. will be closed September 28-30 in observance of the Jewish New Year. Best wishes for the New Year to our Jewish clients and friends. Continue reading

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Dawn of Economic Diversity

Those of you who have followed this blog since its inception in 2006 know that I very rarely if ever use someoneelses material for the blog entries. However I got up this morning to read my morning mail and found this post from Sharlyn Lauby and t… Continue reading

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New HR Related group

As part of our two day class, Driving the HR 500, we expose the participants to a great tool called the Business Model Canvas. We have created a specific group on the Business Model Hub group specifically for those who either use the canvas or wou… Continue reading

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Driving HR 500: Achieving HR Excellence through Six Sigma course comes to Lakeland, FL Nov 7 & 9

Daniel Bloom & Associates, Inc. has introduced a proprietary course for anyone dealing with the management of Human Capital. It is entitled Driving the Human Resource 500: Achieving HR Excellence through Six Sigma. It is designed to show HR profes… Continue reading

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Communication and Engagement: What message are you sending?

I have been recently asked to repeat our presentation to a local university’s MBA leadership class on the role of human capital in the global workplace. Except this time the instructor has asked me to touch on the role of conflict and conflict res… Continue reading

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