About Meghan M. Biro

Meghan M. Biro

Meghan M. Biro is a globally recognized analyst, author, speaker and brand strategist. The founder of TalentCulture, she hosts #WorkTrends, a popular weekly Twitter Chat and podcast. Her career spans across recruiting, talent management, digital media and brand strategy for hundreds of companies, from startups to global brands like Microsoft, IBM and Google. She also serves on advisory boards for leading HR technology brands. Meghan can be regularly found on Forbes, SHRM, and a variety of other outlets. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram @MeghanMBiro.

Recent Articles by Meghan M.

Build a Wellness Program Into Your Company Culture — Here’s How

How to build a great wellness program

When assessing your organizational culture in these unprecedented times, start by asking two questions: “What is wellness to our company?” and “What is wellness in our company?” Do these answers match?

Many companies say they support employee wellness, with some even building it into their  core values. But actions speak louder than words — perhaps now more than ever — …

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5 Steps to Solving Trouble Spots With Managers

problems with managers

There is a seemingly endless debate in the human resources (HR) world about managers’ role in helping or hindering employee performance. Whatever side you’re on, managers are at the center of the Venn diagram: between the employer on one side and the employee on the other. Like it or not, their ability to manage directly impacts your workers.

While there …

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5 Hard Questions to Gauge Your Workplace Culture Health

gauge your workplace culture health

Here’s the truth: Workplace cultures define themselves, no matter how hard you try to rewrite the story. What’s more, problematic cultures stand out more than positive ones. For many of us, the culture our company aspires to likely doesn’t quite match the reality. 

It’s hard for organizations to fix broken cultures, and those internal fissures can take a toll.  First …

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