The key to innovation, the impact of mediocre friends, avoiding meaningless meetings and more.
Highly experienced and highly trained professionals doing what they do don’t have to sweat the work that other people dread.
Why you should stop calling your work team family, why people quit, the power of nature and more.
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?
Today I received confirmation that I will be attending the Work Human Conference this April!
A few reads and links that are a bit off the beaten path as we gear up for 2018
Collaboration = Mediocrity, Choose Time over Money, The Shalane Flanagan Effect and more.
Ideas need the opportunity to bump into other ideas. They need to be coupled with similar and dissenting approaches to be improved and completed.
At the end of the day, we count on people. Not processes, not procedures, not strategies. PEOPLE.
Here are five articles that have me thinking..
Top performers, working from home, the employee experience, and more.
Here are five reads that stuck with me over the last month or so.
The SHRM Annual Conference (#SHRM17) ended last week, but the hard work of translating your inspiration and ideas into action is just beginning.
HR, at its best, works tirelessly to unleash the talent of the people in its organization.
Rest assured, if you’re stuck in a particularly bad traffic situation and you’re using Waze, it’s because there probably isn’t a better way around it.