Tag Archive: HR Executives

Vacation Archive: A Call to Maladjustment…

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It's the last full day of vacation...hate that! There's always something kind of nice about the prospect of heading home, but I can't say I'm ready yet.  We've had a really nice time and it was long overdue! So here's hopefully one of the last Vacation Archive Posts before my return. Enjoy this Call to ...

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Approach Becomes Reproach

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I've spent a lot of time recently talking with prospective employers, prospective clients, and just about any one who will listen.  Those conversations have opened my eyes to something I should have gotten a clue to long ago: People don't hate me because I am better than they are; they hate me because

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Take my Hand and Hold it…NOW!

The other day I overheard an HR professional talking with her colleague about an employee who had missed the deadline to file their benefits enrollment.  Her comment was, "we aren't here to hold their hands, (explitive); they should learn to follow instructions."  There was ...

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Your Daily Dose of Reality

So I put a quick poll on LinkedIn the other day - "Are HR Execs CEO Material?"  We had 65 responses in the last week...not great, but ok for somewhat of a statistical sample.  It also generated some good dialogue in some of the ...

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Are HR Executives CEO Material?

I certainly have my own opinions about this, but wanted to gauge that of others too.  History may tell us one thing; I'm interested, though,  in understanding what the perspective is around future potential...whether HR has the right stuff.  Take a real quick poll at: http://polls.linkedin.com/p/61651/mbdzm 

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