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About Meghan M. Biro

Meghan Biro is talent management and HR tech brand strategist, analyst, digital catalyst, author and speaker. I am the founder and CEO of TalentCulture and host of the #WorkTrends live podcast and Twitter Chat. Over my career, I have worked with early-stage ventures and global brands like Microsoft, IBM and Google, helping them recruit and empower stellar talent. I have been a guest on numerous radio shows and online forums, and has been a featured speaker at global conferences. I am the co-author of The Character-Based Leader: Instigating a Revolution of Leadership One Person at a Time, and a regular contributor at Forbes, Huffington Post, Entrepreneur and several other media outlets. I also serve on advisory boards for leading HR and technology brands.

Be The Change: Promoting Corporate Social Responsibility

24-May-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

I’m sure you’ve heard all about the millennial generation. Those 20- to 36-year-olds, pampered throughout their lives by their baby-boomer parents, have grown up to be self-absorbed, entitled narc

How To Tell If Your Leader Is Ruining Employee Retention

5-May-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

What drives retention? Leaders: the flesh-and-blood humans in charge. From managers to CEOs, the boss has a huge impact on retention. For all the bells and whistles we create to drive engagement and e

Why Job Interviews Are Not Foolproof

21-Apr-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

Here’s the reality of hiring today: Work itself is undergoing rapid changes, shifting to a new kind of workscape that’s digital, global, diverse, leans on automation, and functions across multiple

How Assessments Create Successful Manufacturing Hires

12-Apr-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

Want to make the right manufacturing hires? A 2016 MRI Network survey on recruiting found that 80% of all hires are mistakes that cost companies time and money. In manufacturing, according to research

The State Of Candidate Experience

21-Mar-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

Every year, Talent Board, the nonprofit organization dedicated to best practices in recruiting, compiles a research report on the candidate experience (CandE) in North America. This year, 240 companie

January 2017 Jobs Report: What It Means For Recruiters

2-Mar-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

The Bureau of Labor Statistics just published its much-anticipated January 2017 Jobs Report. While most news outlets focused on the highlights—227,000 new jobs were added in January, and unemploymen

5 Ways To Make Performance Management Human Again

27-Feb-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

It takes a new approach to manage a new workforce — or more accurately, to engage a new workforce. Today’s workforce comprises no less than five generations and reflects a culture in which a sense

How To Create A Social Media Advocacy Program

10-Feb-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

Word-of-mouth marketing is nothing new. But today’s technology gives brands ways to accomplish it more efficiently by marshaling their internal teams to act as social media advocates. According to r

Make 2017 The Year To Get Serious About Mentoring

2-Feb-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

This year’s Oscar nominations include Moonlight, nominated for eight different awards including best director, marking the first time an African-American man has been nominated for the category. Its

Five Powerful HR Resolutions To Implement In 2017

26-Jan-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

It’s the first month of a new year, and you know what that means—time to get moving on those resolutions and goals for the new year. Setting goals in the corporate world isn’t just an individual