When was the last time you took a look in the mirror and really saw who you were? Not the little wrinkles or the crooked smile, but who you are inside. Who is the woman in the mirror? What makes you, you? How are you different from everyone else? How are you the same? One of the most important tools for being a better human is self-awareness. A lot of people lack this tool and suffer because of it. Knowing how you are being perceived by others can help you win (or lose), both deals and your employees. Today self-awareness is even
I still consider myself fairly new to this blogging thingamajig. I have joined a pretty cool fraternity of writers who want to make companies and people better. I hope to live up to the standards they set. These HR experts are who you should follow if you want to get better at HR, by getting better at business. I believe this is key for any HR practitioner to succeed. Do you want to be better at Human Resources? Do as I do and learn from the HR Experts. #1- Robin Schooling (@robinschooling): Full transparency, Robin is my HR spiritual gangster/guide aka blogging mentor. She uses humor
There comes a time in a person’s life when they start to do some reflection on who they are, who they want to be, and lessons they have learned in life. This may be called a mid-life crisis or a breakdown or something else just as scary. It’s shouldn’t be scary though. I call it being human. I think we all should continue to strive to be a better human every single day. Some days I fail wildly but I wake up the next morning vowing to make the new day better than the last. One way I grow is by reading.