Restoring Hope in HR Last week I had the opportunity to speak at the Talent Management Alliance (@TheTMAlliance) HRBP University Conference. I spoke at the end of day 1, right before happy hour, which was a bit tough. Don’t ever keep HR folks from their cocktails! I was in front of ~150 HR practitioners who were awesome. They gave me their undivided attention. They wanted to learn and it definitely felt like they were engaged in what I was saying. I spoke about culture and change. I shared information about merging cultures during acquisitions and when bringing in new executives. The entire conference, the speakers were amazing.
I am a goal setter. I like to sit for a couple hours sometime in December (okay, it usually ends up being January) and plan what I am going to work on for the year. It is a great way to reflect on what I have done in the past year and focus on what’s ahead. A few years ago, I stumbled upon a copy of the book, Best Year Yet and started using it to set my goals and intentions for the year. I love the question format that Jinny Ditzler has set up and now they have a website to