Future Friday: The use of Artificial Intelligence in HR

On Wednesday, January 23rd, there was an online discussion of the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in human resources. The lead for the discussion was Ben Eubanks who is the author of the book Artificial Intelligence for HR: Use AI to Support and Develop a Successful Workforce, which has been recently released. (I will be …

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Why Process Improvement Matters: A Guest Post from Ben Eubanks

  Ben Eubanks is a rising superstar in the field of Human Resources. He is intelligent, creative, and personable and has two of the cutest twin girls on the planet. When he asked me if I would be interested in a guest post from him I was more than happy to accept. Read on. By …

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HR Carnival: Exceptional Workplaces

Have you ever wondered what it takes to have an exceptional workplace? Well now you can find out. The folks at Insight Performance are hosting the HR Carnival for the first time. They wanted to have blogs with the theme of “EXCEPTIONAL WORKPLACE”. Of course they got some good contributions. Contributors included: Ben Eubanks, of …

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5 Skills Needed to Be Effective In HR Leadership

Here is a list of some┬áskills I think are important if you want to be effective in HR Leadership. Each of these items has a link to a blog post to offer support for what I am saying. The ability to think on your feet while in front of an audience. Kris Dunn calls it …

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Monday Inspiration: Posts to JAZZ You for the Week Ahead

I have a confession to make. I am not one of those people who jump up on a Monday morning raring to go, at least not all the time. So sometimes I need some inspiration to get my day going. Today was just such a day. (Too much baseball too late) So I headed to …

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Five for Friday: Great Blog Posts to End The Week

Not everyone has time to read blog posts. I probably do more than most given that I am a consultant and a blogger myself. It is my research. So to help you along I am posting links to five I think are great to read as a way to end the workweek. First up is …

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Social Media as a School Subject: Guest Post from Ben Eubanks

The following is a guest post from Ben Eubanks. Newsflash: social media still isn’t being taught in college   Sure, some people get a little bit of education in that area, but most of us must go forward learning what we can freestyle. But just because I didn’t get it doesn’t mean nobody else should. …

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The HREvolution: An Interview with Trisha McFarlane- Part I

On May 7th and 8th a group of Human Resources and Recruiting “thought leaders” will meet in Chicago to discuss the future of the profession of Human Resources. This will not be an academic conference with names like Ulrich in attendance. This meeting is billed at an “Un-conference” and includes names like McFarlane, Eubanks and …

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Is HR the Eunuch of the Corporation?

(Note: On Thursday, April 15th I will be the guest on the Internet radio show DriveThruHR, hosted by Bryan Wempen each day at 12 pm Eastern time and 11 am Central time. I will be talking to Bryan and the audience on the value of Twitter to HR. It is not a play toy. It …

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Revolution: Breaking Down the Wall of Old HR?

This past weekend an event occurred that probably most HR people did not know about. It was the HRevolution conference that was held in Louisville. I was unhappy I did not have a chance to attend. I wish I had. Some of the best of today’s “young” HR thought leaders were there. These are people …

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