Two very interesting posts to read Midweek

Here are two very interesting posts that I highly recommend you read. The first is from Kris Dunn, considered to be a superstar in HR by many. He is also a sports fiend so much of his writing is related to sports. But don’t dismay this one is fascinating and deals with ageism. Read MONEYBALL: …

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Five For Friday: Great Reads in HR

  Here are some of the things that I have been paying attention to this week. I thought you might find these Friday five great reads in HR both useful and interesting. First up is Sharlyn Lauby, also known as the HR Bartender. She often gets readers asking her questions. This week she addresses with …

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Celebrating Success

It is always important to celebrate success. I had an opportunity to do so when I visited the Open House celebration of the new offices for Kinetix. My friends Shannon Russo and Kris Dunn are the principles of the company and they held a celebration of a move necessitated by growth in the business. Kinetix does …

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HR Advice On the First Day of Fall

I have not done a “Five for Friday” in awhile, so here it it. I have selected five out standing blog posts that will provide you with HR advice on the first day of Fall. First up is Kris Dunn (@kris_dunn), The HR Capitalist. He writes about the Global Trend Voted Most Likely to Bite …

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5 Key Pieces of Advice in HR and Leadership

These five pieces of advice in HR and Leadership come not from me this week but from my fellow blog writers. Their collective wisdom provides us with information we should all heed. Up first is HR pro extraordinaire Kris Dunn. His advice in A Test to See If Anyone Actually Reads Your Employee Handbook… was …

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5 Skills Needed to Be Effective In HR Leadership

Here is a list of some skills 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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Five Great Reads In HR and Management

Here are five great blog posts in Human Resources and Management to read to end your week. They are five that I feel we can all learn from. First up is on from Wally Bock. I read Wally’s posts because Tom Peters reads Wally’s posts. His post on Drive Out Fear gives a lesson that …

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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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Where Great Ideas Are Born

The inspiration for the title of this post actually comes from an article in Inc. in the May 2010 issue. (I am a bit behind in reading, but better late than never.) The online version can be found here at Incubation Nation. The article itself does not have anything to do with human resources. It is about …

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Thought Provoking Reading: Four Great Posts from Last Week

Here are some very though provoking reads on a variety of HR subjects. Made me go hmmm… perhaps they will with you as well. Where’s MY Pay Czar? Why We Need a Total Rewards Audit of Congress by Ann BaresAccountability for Congress… Like It or Not, HR is PR…(and 5 ways to prove it) by …

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