Mulligan Stew

Mulligan Stew. A traditional dish thought to have originated with poor Irish (“Mulligan,” get it?) immigrants whom, managing through tough times, would literally throw whatever they could find into a pot, boil it up & serve. Potatoes, onions, carrots,...
Sackett and the D-List

Sackett and the D-List

Tim Sackett, whom I have nicknamed the”Michigan Me,” with some insight into the life of a “D-List” Public Speaker. Just got through another fall conference season and I think I’m starting to pick up a few things and understand the game a little...
Act Like You Belong…

Act Like You Belong…

In recruiting, you can feel like your hair is on fire 24 hours a day. Today was one of those days, so as I grabbed the stack of JVR’s (that’s Job Vacancy Requests, y’all) cluttering my desk to add to my ever-expanding pile of “Priority...

If This Is a Marriage, Where’s The Cake?

“Merger of equals” is a nice phrase….brings to mind harmony, togetherness, compatibility, and a common concern for the well-being of one another. It’s also, for the most part, a total fabrication. If you’ve been through a merger, you already...

Ball 4 – Loren Sanders

Happy New Year! Continuing the tradition of learning more about some of our HR colleagues, we’re starting off 2014 with a Q&A with my buddy and former CVS Caremark colleague, Loren (Palma) Sanders. “LP” is good people, you’ll see…. You were president of the...