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September 18, 2009

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Ed Frauenheim

Hi Kris,
I think you have a pitch-perfect post here. I like how you take the issue seriously but keep a sense of humor. I'm trying to imagine what the sequel will be to the Frauenheim Disclosure :).

Lance Haun

Here is my disclosure: I can watch the Blazers no matter what the state of the team is.

Half the team in jail?

"Hey, I'll get to see some of our promising bench players."

Terrible Record?

"We'll be able to sneak down and get some good seats for once."

And my favorite: your two star players get busted for smoking a little grass?

"Well, at least they didn't find out about everyone else."

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I'd like to confess that I get paid to show up and look good. In my dreams.

Ethics and integrity aside, most conservative dudes believe in the free market. Your community should hold you accountable for the content on your blog. If it rings false, whether you received a check or not, they should nail your ass to the wall.

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I'd like to confess that I get paid to show up and look good. In my dreams.

Ethics and integrity aside, most conservative dudes believe in the free market. Your community should hold you accountable for the content on your blog. If it rings false, whether you received a check or not, they should nail your ass to the wall.

Jim Kammerer

I had the great opportunity to hear Kris speak at a talent management software User Conference this week. His thoughts and insight related to HR professionals, the internet, social media and web 2.0 were extremely motivating.

His speech challenges HR professionals to challenge themselves to embrace the technology available to us and rock the business world with it.

Kris, thank you for inviting us to challenge ourselves and please keep preaching the mantra to all HR pros !

Gerry Crispin

One thing I look at in better understanding the "voices" I listen to, and which is often left off the list of disclosures, is whether you have an advisory [board] position- paid or unpaid with any of the tools, products and services in recruiting...especially when they are mentioned in what you write or speak about.

Kris Dunn

Ed - You'll be forever remembered via the name of my disclosure - I'll put a link to it each time I post from a show or about a product.

Lance - you're a blazers fan? I had no idea, and of course, I'm going to have to ask you not to return to this site.

Laurie - I think everyone understands we're held accountable for what we write. You can be Free Market and still provide disclosure. After thinking about it, I don't think providing that disclosure is a big deal. I think the pay for post model or offering positive coverage for travel expenses is weak, and if anyone does it, I think they should disclose. I agree with Manaster and Ed on this one, although I don't think Ed was fair to Lance in the old, "Lance didn't update his about page" gotcha moment.

Jim - good seeing you in Ottawa.

Gerry - good point - I'm going to update to reflect my reality in that area. Take a look and see if I captured it and it meets the need...

Thanks - KD

John Hollon

Kris -- I'm glad you made the "Frauenheim Disclosure." I didn't specifically ask you for it, but now that you have, I think it's great. Disclosure (and it's twin sister Transparency) is a good thing. I can't imagine why any fair-minded person would think it's a bad thing. And yes, although you occasionally write a headline that makes me cringe, no one at Workforce has any oversight or editing control over any of your blogs. We work with you in this way because we like what you have to say and trust in how you say it.

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Gerry - good point - I'm going to update to reflect my reality in that area. Take a look and see if I captured it and it meets the need.
Kris, thank you for inviting us to challenge ourselves and please keep preaching the mantra to all HR pros ! thanks any way

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