The Carnival of HR- The August Edition

It has been a while since I have hosted a Carnival of HR. To be honest, it has even been a while since I have contributed to one. However, earlier in the year when Robin Schooling put out a call for hosts I threw my hat in the ring. Unlike many hosts, I have no …

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Key Outcomes for Employee Communication

A lot of verbiage is spent on what makes for good employee communication. Many people put a lot of time into thinking about the “hows” to do employee communication. But you need to think about the “outcomes” of your communication. Before we get to outcomes however, let’s review some of theĀ building blocks of employee communication. …

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Tuesday Observations

Here are some things I have picked up in my reading yesterday and today: In the private sector you will never find the the word “permanent” attached to a job. Or at least you should not. But in the Federal government they send out job announcements that declare the status of every job, even part-time …

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Speak Your Way Into the "C" Suite

If there is any one lesson that can be learned from the current presidential elections in the U.S. it is the importance of oratory skills. Thoughts and ideas, good or bad, are given more attention and credence if delivered by a practiced speaker. We remember leaders of the past by their speeches and the 20th …

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