#HRSocialHour Episode 28 with @doublempeacock

Our favorite Canadian! (Take that Michael J Fox and Justin Trudeau!) Seriously, we love this woman. Melanie is a lovely human you will love listening to our conversation; talking with Melanie is like talking with your favorite aunt. I loved meeting Melanie in person at SHRM18 and I'm sorry to have missed her presentation -- …

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NDSHRM: ReInventing Leadership

This past spring, my friend John Friend (yes really) invited me to apply to speak at the ND SHRM conference. So I did. I decided to expand my DisruptHR networking talks, building on why it's important to network & build a tribe and how to use social media (& specifically Twitter) to build that tribe. …

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#HRSocialHour & @Namely = a great partnership!

Jon and I are so excited to be partnering with Namely! We had the opportunity to meet with them at #SHRM18 and we love what they are doing. We invited Debra Squyres, Chief Client Officer, to be a part of the podcast. And now, they are going to join us for our next #HRSocialHour Chat …

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#HRSocialHour Episode 25 with @DavetheHRCzar

I've been following Dave for quite some time, and of course based on his Twitter user name alone, right? I got to meet Dave for the first time at SHRM VLS and he introduced me to the Moscow Mule, which has become my drink of choice if I'm not sure what kind of wine is …

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Twitter Chats: Let’s Network #WorkforceAvengers

It's no secret that I love Twitter Chats. And that I think it's a great way to network. I have grown my "go-to" HR Pros by participating in regular Twitter chats. I've had a lot of opportunities come my way because of the people I've met through these Twitter chats. And then last fall at …

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Privilege. And a new venture

I've been thinking about privilege a lot lately. I've never really considered myself privileged. I've been "lucky" or "blessed" but not privileged? That meant fabulously wealthy (like on Life Styles of the Rich & Famous), right? Like people who lived in large cities in a fancy house who sent their kids to a private school …

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Complaints

Everyone has complaints. I'm going to wager that no one has the perfect life so that's why I'm confident with that statement. Most people like to vent about these complaints. And there are a variety of schools of thought on venting. I love Cy Wakeman and she counsels against venting. We need/want to be more …

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