Author Archives: Carlos E.

5 Reads: Develop Your Passion, Respect in the Workplace, Asking for Help, and More

Five reads that have me thinking.

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My Pics of the Year (So Far)

The pics that tangentially tell the tale of 2018 (so far).

How to Get Everything On Your #SHRM18 To Do List Done: FOCUS!

The goal is COMPLETION and to capture the momentum built by completion.

13 Key Takeaways from 13 Sessions at #SHRM18

These are the moments that stood out, they made me think, they affirmed or challenged what I know.

#SHRM18, In Gratitude

THANK YOU, #SHRM18.
(let’s do this again in 2019)

#SHRM18 Insights

Here are a few of the insights we’ve gathered along the way!

What Are You Looking Forward to at #SHRM18?

Here are a few of the amazing people I met along the way, and what they are looking forward to at #SHRM18.

Let’s Connect #SHRM18!

I’m back in one of my favorite cities for one of my favorite reasons, the 2018 SHRM Annual Conference in Chicago!

BE Something Greater at #SHRM18: Expand Your World

Do not settle into your comfort zone. Do not chart a course for the familiar. Push yourself to BE something greater.

The Impact of Bullying in Organizations: A Conversation with #SHRM18 Speaker Catherine Mattice

“Many organizations don’t stop bullying – they think “the bully” is too valuable. But, think about what happens to the culture.” – Catherine Mattice

5 Reads: Walk Breaks, Introvert Leaders, Transformative Books and More

5 reads that have me thinking.

7 Ways to Have an AMAZING #SHRM18 Experience

Here are my recommendations for having an epic #SHRM18 experience!

The Day Humanity Came to Work

People who FEEL GOOD at work, DO good work. Without a doubt, we are a better team now than we were at the start of last week. 

Rain, Wind, Cold, and the Brooklyn Half Marathon

Sometimes, the work becomes easier once you get out that door and step into the things that make you uncomfortable.

Podcast: Mentors, Perspective and #SHRM18

I’m the product of people who cared enough to lend a helping hand, and I’m a product of people who continue to do so in a thousand small ways every single day