The Month That Was: March 2017

It’s April, and though I haven’t blogged, posted, or written nearly as much as I have in the past, it’s time for a quick review of the month that was!

Here are the pics and articles that tangentially tell the tale of March 2017:

Pics of the Month

Most of the pictures I took in March had to do with experiencing some AMAZING spring weather.

Whether it be on the way to lunch at Stella Public House…

Just a perfect spring day in SouthTown. No biggie.

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While on a walk…

The weather is amazing and the river is still St. Patrick's day greenish. Perfect first day of Spring!

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Or on one of my first trail runs of the year…

Trail run views at Friedrich Wilderness Park.

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…March was a great time to get outside!

 

Reads of the Month

Here are a handful of articles that I think are worth your time. I shared these on Twitter over the last month or so, and they tell quite the tale about the things going on in our world and in our work lives.

The Best (And Amazingly Easy) Thing You Can Do to Increase Employee Engagement

“It’s easy to blame employees for lack of engagement, but without a clear, simple, and engaging mission statement and strategy–they won’t.”

 

This Article Won’t Change Your Mind

“There are facts, and there are beliefs, and there are things you want so badly to believe that they become as facts to you.”

 

The Dark Psychology of Dehumanization Explained

“As anti-Muslim rhetoric increases under Trump, more Americans are seeing Muslims as less than human.”

 

How to Make Sure Your HR Department Doesn’t Fail Your Employees

“Uber isn’t the only company with weak HR. Here’s how to avoid letting ride-sharing giant’s fate.”

 

There’s a Very Good Reason to Hire Overqualified Workers

“Even in the best of economic times, about one-third of all college graduates work in a non-college job”

That’s it for March! Bring on April!

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