The fear of the unknown and the discomfort it might produce is always greater than the reality.
The things that matter most are worth making time to protect or renew.
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!
You can’t rush training. You can’t eat poorly and expect results. These are lessons I learned long ago, but lessons I did not heed in 2017.
Mentors need to help their mentees build an immunity to the peculiarities of the organization.
Managers, supervisors, leaders at all levels, TALK TO YOUR employees. Employees, TALK TO YOUR managers, supervisors, leaders at all levels.
“I believe that what self-centered men have torn down men other-centered can build up.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
I’m hopeful that the year at work provides opportunities to choose to reaffirm our values and to refocus on the whole person.
When you make it personal, you make it worth the effort.
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.
Welcome to 2018! First order of business? Close the book on last year by sharing the pics that tangentially tell the tale of December 2017!
The story of the new year is in front of us, and it’s up to us to choose how we move forward in 2018. But before we do so, it’s important to look back a bit.
A few reads and links that are a bit off the beaten path as we gear up for 2018
It gets me, and never lets me, act like I don’t care.
This time of year is my, favorite time of year
‘Cause all of us are here together