My homepage — AMITAI GIVERTZ — describes who I am and what I am about. It is also the best place to keep-up-to-date with my comings and goings.
In short, I am a change activist and business coach working in the recruitment and talent management space. I also recruit, train and write for a living.
At home, I have two daughters under the roof with a third who is an acupuncturist in the U.K. I love my wife who is kind, patient and supportive, rarely complaining about my spending more time online than with my “honey-do’s.”
This blog was started in June 2006 with the intention of helping me become more involved in the online conversation about my work-related interests.
I am generally interested in a lot of things that relate to business and modernity, society, politics and religion. You can find my musings on non-recruiting related topics on my companion site: Amitai Givertz’s Blogversity Blog.
Unless someone else is writing it, the opinions expressed here — right or wrong, like them or not — are entirely my own.
My thoughts and opinions often change. As a blog, my posts are intended to provide nothing more and nothing less than a snapshot in time. You really shouldn’t consider out-of-date posts to reflect my current thoughts and opinions because they may not.
If you disagree with anything I post you are welcome to comment. Comments are lightly moderated to control spam. Like me, you have to be prepared to “own what you say” otherwise please don’t comment at all.
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Last, if you are going to plagiarize, bastardize or otherwise use my original work for your own noncommercial use would you please be nice enough to credit me as the author with a link back to the blog?
Enjoy my blogging here. If you find it useful, or have any suggestions for making it better, please let me know. I value your feedback.