Entries by Brenan German, President Bright Talent™

Human Resources Deconstructed

Human Resources Deconstructed By Brenan German, President, Bright Talent Resources, Inc. When I am meeting with clients, networking, chatting with friends, I find myself spending time  educating people on human resources and all the things that the human resources function accomplishes for a business. What we don’t know – we don’t value Often times when […]

Why is Talent Management Important? – Attention to Talent builds sustainable profit – Part 1

Why is Talent Management Important? – Attention to Talent builds sustainable profit – Part 1 By Miki Jo Resto, Vice President & Senior Consultant, Bright Talent Originally published on ManagingAmericans.com Global Markets Mean Talent Markets, Too I’ve been watching the global business economy and talent markets closely. As you may have been noticing, the need […]

Do Wellness and Leadership Mix? Part 3

By Miki Jo Resto, Vice President & Senior Consultant, Bright Talent  Originally published on ManagingAmericans.com  Understand that Health is a resource. Health is a concept for the high level functionality of your body, brain, mental and emotional capacities. When someone is functioning highly and astutely on all of these levels, health has a second name. […]

Former Processors, Sales Associates, and Receptionists Are Our Best Talent Recruiters

Bright Talent Guest Blog by Shawna Ford, Director of Talent Acquisition, Loan Depot  As published on ERE.net March 10, 2015 I hire non-recruiters who hire more than 1,000 people a year. Do I have your attention? If you’re reading this, and you’re a talent acquisition professional, you’re probably asking yourself, ‘what in the world?’ How does it […]

Advice and How-Tos How to Be Agile to Solve the Talent Acquisition Supply-and-Demand Dance

By Brenan German, President, Bright Talent  Mar 3, 2015, 9:03 am ET When you think of the word agility, you might conjure images of an elite athlete sprinting to the finish line, or a Cheetah pursuing prey on the African plains, or a lawyer in cross examination in a court room. But have you considered what agility looks like […]