September’s Carnival of HR- Current Events

Month: September 2017

September’s Carnival of HR- Current Events

September’s Carnival of HR Current events- we have a good mix of diversity and weather preparedness blogs! These blogs are relevant to each of us as we are facing them in our roles. Enjoy the thought leadership, tips and insights from HR experts who want to share their knowledge. This month’s theme was current events: Dorothy Dalton shares some great insights on diversity and the challenges company face. The infamous Robin Schooling give tips on how HR can prepare for emergency weather issues via our friends at HROS. Yvonne LaRose gives us a great take on multiple diversity topics: diversity from the

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Listen

My brother and I were driving to a family function the other day. Usually we would be talking about what adventures his kids were up to or how work is going. Instead we started talking about politics. Because who doesn’t want some lighthearted political conversation while sitting in rush hour traffic?!?! We got into some heavy things and covered a lot of ground. I was happy when I got out of the car. Not because traffic was crazy and not because I “won.” I was happy because even though it was a heavy conversation, we were able to listen to

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Coaching Costs Money – Here’s the Bottom Line

In previous articles, we’ve discussed how a coach can help you become more successful, formats of the sessions, and confidentiality issues. By now, I am sure you are thinking, “Bottom line it for me, Katee. How much is this going to cost me?” Let’s talk about costs of a coach. It’s all free! (Just kidding) The costs of a coach are pretty flexible. I will give you an overview of executive coaching options, as well as an overview of a life coach, should you go down that path. Executive coaches work with individuals and organizations. The costs of a coach differ a

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