I did. And I did a short presentation at DisruptHR Cleveland about my return. Before I post the video I have to give a big shout-out to the organizers of DisruptHR: Tammy Colson Zupan Lauren Rudman Michelle Salis Frank Zupan Their efforts resulted in a fabulous, … [Read more...] about Who Would Move Back to Cleveland?
At last week's Disrupt HR Cleveland event I heard the following: Disrupt Yourself. This ain't yo Momma's Cleveland. Get Out of Your Career Rut. Stop Calling it a War for Talent. Get Rid of Your Bereavement Policy. Get Creative. Get Involved. Get Moving. Yea … [Read more...] about This Ain’t Yo Momma’s HR Conference!
Can you gain insight into the past and future of HR in a book that takes a 1/2 hour to read? The answer is yes. The book is "I Am HR" by Laurie Ruettimann." In it she gives us a brief (thankfully) overview of HR's negative reputation and quickly moves into the future of … [Read more...] about I AM HR – Book Review
Sometimes I wonder if employee engagement is only a problem because people feel like “the company” doesn’t care about them. The company is filled with people: managers and peers. “The company” is cold and unfeeling but people typically are not. Do we inadvertently … [Read more...] about Is Employee Engagement A Problem?
If I had a tombstone to impart HR wisdom to future generations I would start here: If we don't care about the people in our organization we don't care about our organization's future. If we don't care that people are treated unfairly we don't care about our organization's … [Read more...] about My Work Tombstone