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Brent Skinner

Brent Skinner

An adjunct instructor of communications industry writing at Boston University's College of Communication, Brent Skinner (@brentskinner) is president and CEO of STETrevisions, a communications consultancy. Quoted in the Wall Street Journal regarding the compensation of executive search professionals, Brent is a former contributing editor to Executive Recruiter News. Co-founder of #CareerGravity (@CareerGravity), as well as co-host and co-founder of #HRTechChat, he is a regular contributor to HRO Today (@HROToday), TalentCulture (@TalentCulture), and TalentManagementTech (@talentmgmttech). Brent's writing spans a wide range of topics pertaining to human capital management and the workplace.
Brent Skinner

Brent Skinner

An adjunct instructor of communications industry writing at Boston University's College of Communication, Brent Skinner (@brentskinner) is president and CEO of STETrevisions, a communications consultancy. Quoted in the Wall Street Journal regarding the compensation of executive search professionals, Brent is a former contributing editor to Executive Recruiter News. Co-founder of #CareerGravity (@CareerGravity), as well as co-host and co-founder of #HRTechChat, he is a regular contributor to HRO Today (@HROToday), TalentCulture (@TalentCulture), and TalentManagementTech (@talentmgmttech). Brent's writing spans a wide range of topics pertaining to human capital management and the workplace.

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