Category Human Resources

Expand Your World – Follow the #SHRM18 Bloggers!

If you are in HR and want to get a different perspective, these are the people to follow.

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Super Bloom

The super bloom gives everyone who wants more human organizations a fighting chance.

5 Reads: Stop Watching the News, Worker Retraining, Work Family and More

Why you should stop calling your work team family, why people quit, the power of nature and more.

#HRBookClub: Braving the Wilderness

The fear of the unknown and the discomfort it might produce is always greater than the reality.

Texas SHRM: College Relations: Reach, Range, Responsiveness.

How might we reach more students? How might we increase the types of services we provide? How might we be more responsive to our stakeholders?

Work Human Y’all!

Today I received confirmation that I will be attending the Work Human Conference this April!

Mentors Need to Build Immunity In Their Mentees First

Mentors need to help their mentees build an immunity to the peculiarities of the organization.

Talk To Your People

Managers, supervisors, leaders at all levels, TALK TO YOUR employees. Employees, TALK TO YOUR managers, supervisors, leaders at all levels.

Make it Personal, HR

When you make it personal, you make it worth the effort.

Back To My Roots: College Relations and Texas SHRM

Today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. That’s why the work of advancing the HR profession through the success of its students is so important.

5 Reads: Mediocrity, Collaboration, Time, Happiness and More.

Collaboration = Mediocrity, Choose Time over Money, The Shalane Flanagan Effect and more.

5 Reads: Harassment, Politics in the Office, Saying No Gracefully and More

Harassment, politics at work, training, employee engagement and saying no gracefully.

Workology: End of Year Planning in 3 Easy, Obvious and Doable Steps

In my latest on Workology, I write about how to approach the work to be done between now and December 31.

Our People Are Our Greatest Missed Opportunity

We consistently miss the opportunity to empower our people. We consistently miss the opportunity to build more HUMAN organizations.

Let the HUMAN In

At the end of the day, we count on people. Not processes, not procedures, not strategies. PEOPLE.