Podcast: Paul Falcone on Partnering with HR

Jacket cover of 75 Ways for Managers by Paul Falcone Paul Falcone recently sat down with the AMA Edgewise team to discuss his book, 75 Ways for Managers to Hire, Develop, and Keep Great Employees, and how managers and HR can partner with each other to build the strongest possible teams. Among other topics, he explains why millennials aren’t so different to interview and manage, the difference between performance problems and conduct issues, and the importance of the balance between leadership consistency and flexibility.

Human Resources works best when it works with you. Whether it’s sticking up for your rights while on the job or having a productive conversation when interviewing for the job, HR is there to be your ally, not your enemy. Paul Falcone is here to talk about ways to improve the interview process for both sides of the table and the ways HR can help you out when you’re on the job.

Listen to Paul Falcone on the AMA Edgewise Podcast.


Paul Falcone, author of 75 Ways for Managers to Hire, Develop, and Keep Great Employees

Paul Falcone is a leadership & human resources consultant in Southern California and has held senior-level HR executive positions with Nickelodeon, Paramount Pictures, and Time Warner. He is the author of several best-selling books, including 2600 Phrases for Effective Performance Reviews, 2600 Phrases for Setting Effective Performance Goals, 101 Sample Write-Ups for Documenting Employee Performance Problems, 101 Tough Conversations to Have with Employees, and 96 Great Interview Questions to Ask Before You Hire, and Paul’s consulting practice focuses on effective hiring, performance management, leadership development, and strengthening the muscle of a company’s frontline leadership team. He is a long-term contributor to HR Magazine.

Listen to more interviews with AMACOM authors on the AMA Edgewise Podcast.

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