Tag: Senior Managing Editor

Are You Missing These Leadership Traits?

By Catherine Moreton Gray, JD Senior Managing Editor Yesterday’s Advisor presented the first six of Doris Kearns Goodwin’s ten qualities that made Abraham Lincoln a great leader. Today, we present the final four.

A. Lincoln: Relax, Replenish, Go to the Field

By Catherine Moreton Gray, JD Senior Managing Editor President Abraham Lincoln appointed the best and brightest to his Cabinet, individuals who were also some of his greatest political rivals. He demonstrated his leadership by pulling this group together into a unique team that represented the greatest minds of his time, according to historian Doris Kearns […]

Making the Most of Recruiting Metrics

Yesterday’s Advisor began to explore some advice from Cathy Gray, JD, Senior Managing Editor of HR and Compensation here at BLR®, on recruiting metrics. Today, we’ll continue to explore how to make the most of your recruiting metrics. Quality of Hire When we look at quality of hire, we’re getting into metrics that look at […]

Recruiting Metrics: Make Sure They Are Meaningful

Metrics are a way to measure or quantify a particular concept, such as employee engagement or turnover, but if you are not careful, you may find you’ve been measuring the wrong thing, says expert Cathy Gray, JD, Senior Managing Editor of HR and Compensation at BLR®. The value of the metric depends on several things, […]