Some links that might give you some guidance or inspiration:
Purpose from David Hieatt. Linked to him numerous times. Been to a workshop of his. Very inspiring guy, this is brilliant.
And more from David Hieatt.
Outing fake quotes and then using it as a hook for your college that prides itself on studying original sources.
Who goes to work to have fun? Nice counter to the brogramming, Movembering, “serious fun” workplaces that seem to actually use fun as a more sinister form of control and use “fun” to mask other issues. Hard to make a harassment complaint when you take part in the “fun” events and those remarks about your small breasts were just in the heat of “fun”.
And on the topic of HR and issues. Netflix and HR, some interesting thoughts. And a nice dig at startups that are far too casual.
The best thing you can do for employees—a perk better than foosball or free sushi—is hire only “A” players to work alongside them. Excellent colleagues trump everything else.
Mentally strong people and what they avoid.
Dylan’s thoughts on tech in 2013. Great line:
Any company’s real business is people. Everyone is in the headhunting business, it’s simply a question of whether you realise it or not.
Vinny’s things from 2013 that he liked.
Get yourselves a startup sales play-book.
Allen Pike on “Unprofessionalism” or rather accepting that you will get cranks unhappy with whatever that you do and your choice is to accept that and move on. Succinct and valuable.