Meghan M. Biro

Meghan M. Biro is a globally recognized leader in talent strategy and a pioneer in building the business case for brand humanization. Founder of TalentCulture and a serial entrepreneur, Meghan creates successful ventures by navigating the complexities of career and workplace branding. In her practice as a social recruiter and strategist, Meghan has placed hundreds of individuals with clients ranging from Fortune 500s to the most innovative software start-up companies in the world, including Google, Microsoft and emerging companies in the social technology and media marketplace. Meghan is an accomplished consultant who has helped hundreds of individuals in all levels in the organization (V,C level executives, mid-career, mid-level managers, software architects and recent college graduates) and across generations (Gen Y to baby boomers), develop effective career strategies that propel them to achieve personal and professional success. Meghan is a speaker, practitioner, author, blogger and mentor who is passionate about the subjects of leadership, recruiting, workplace culture, social community, branding, and social media in HR. She is Founder and co-host of two Twitter Chats: "#TChat, The World of Work", a long-standing weekly chat and radio show and #HRTechChat, both communities dedicated to addressing the business needs of the rapidly evolving people-technology landscape. Meghan is an avid social community builder who is inspired by connecting the people and talent dots. Meghan is a regular columnist at Forbes and Glassdoor and her ideas are often quoted, featured on top publications such as CBS Moneywatch, Monster, Dice and various other HR, Social Media and Leadership hubs of your choice.

Meghan M. Biro's Posts:

12 Most Compelling Reasons To Be At Peace During the Holidays

Posted by on Dec 2, 2011 in Blog, Holidays, Inspiration, Lifestyle | 8 comments

With Thanksgiving upon us and Christmas and Chanukah a mere month away, lots of people are probably telling you to give thanks. They’re...

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12 Most Valuable Lessons for New MBA Grads

Posted by on Oct 25, 2011 in Blog, Business, Education and training, Talent & Professional Development | 28 comments

In 2008-9 it might have seemed like a good idea to go for an MBA. The fine luster imparted by an MBA from a good school has revived many a...

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12 Most Common Intern Personalities: Molding Clay into Careerists

Posted by on Oct 10, 2011 in Blog, Business, Education and training, Leadership & Management, Talent & Professional Development | 20 comments

Please note before you read this – I’m a career mentor and spend a lot of time with college students and enjoy it very much. This...

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12 Most Essential Leadership Traits

Posted by on Sep 22, 2011 in Blog, Business, Character & Ethics, Leadership & Management, Professional & Personal Development, Talent & Professional Development, Vision & Strategy | 29 comments

It’s easy to spot a clueless leader, someone with so little skill and aptitude for the job it’s painful for the people who work for him...

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12 Most Dangerous Meetings: Career Caution!

Posted by on Sep 7, 2011 in Blog, Business, Leadership & Management, Talent & Professional Development | 21 comments

Meetings are a fact of life in organizations of all sizes. Lately I’ve been to one too many of a meeting about a meeting. Why must we...

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12 Things Not to Do in Communal Workplace Spaces

Posted by on Aug 24, 2011 in Blog, Branding & Design, Business, Entrepreneurship, Leadership & Management, Sales & Marketing, Talent & Professional Development | 35 comments

I’ve talked (gabbed) with you before about annoying workplace habits and toxic people personalities, but there are darker themes to...

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12 Most Common Rap Star Personalities You Will Meet in the Workplace and How to Deal

Posted by on Aug 10, 2011 in Blog, Business, Entrepreneurship, Leadership & Management, Networking, Talent & Professional Development | 56 comments

Each of us has a little bit of bad seed buried in our psyche, a well-hidden neurosis or subtle twist that keeps the good and dutiful parts...

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12 Most Annoying Workplace Habits – Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Posted by on Jul 27, 2011 in Blog, Business, Leadership & Management, Talent & Professional Development | 117 comments

Why can’t we all just get along – particularly in the workplace? Well, because we’re human, and humans are, mostly, annoying....

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12 Most Awkward Workplace Comments and How They Can Damage Culture

Posted by on Jul 13, 2011 in Blog, Business, Talent & Professional Development | 93 comments

The most innocuous of comments can be most deadly when it comes to disrupting calm among colleagues. In an era dominated by political...

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