Posts By: Shauna Moerke

Women on Top

Let me start by saying that no, this isn’t some 50 Shades of Grey reference in an attempt to capitalize on it’s odd popularity. Lately, I’ve been thinking about the impact a shortage of women in crucial management and executive levels can have on a company’s culture and treatment of it’s female employees. But I’m…read more

HR Sense: Born or Learned?

It’s been said before that the problem with expecting Common Sense from others is that common sense just isn’t that common. It’s kind of a judgmental statement, right? It almost implies that there are general “rules” for life we should be following but most of us aren’t. What’s worse is that there are a lot…read more

Why You Don’t Want To Be the Smartest Person In the Room

I have a confession to make: I love coming into a new organization and a new team and knowing that I am not the smartest person in the room. It’s the best feeling. It makes me want to do a happy dance and can’t wait to get to work in the morning. Sure, it can…read more

What’s In A Name?

Several years ago I did a post on this site called Love, Marriage, and SEO. In it I talked about how through marriage I had lucked into a great new name because I was, and still continue to be, the only Shauna Moerke on the internet. That’s awesome SEO (Search Engine Optimization) right there. I…read more

The Carnival of HR is in town!

Good morning everyone, we have something very special for you. The Carnival of HR is in town and it is here to commemorate the importance of today. September 11th is a day that we honor and remember all that was lost and all those who stood up to make a difference, often leading them to…read more

{Feminism} On My Soapbox

Look, I don’t often get political on blogs. My views are my views and unless they intersect with HR, I don’t typically put them out there. Despite loving a good debate, and by good I mean respectful and not shouting matches, I don’t like getting up on soapboxes because I have terrible balance and will likely hurt myself and others – metaphorically and literally. But this just drives me crazy!

Social Media & Marketing: Meet Laurie Ruettimann

With over a decade of Human Resources experience in Fortune 500 organizations, Laurie Ruettimann is an influential speaker, writer and social media expert who now works with The Starr Conspiracy. Meet Laurie right here!

Federal HR: Meet Lisa Rosendahl

Lisa is the Director, Human Resources for the St. Cloud VA Health Care System. She leads a department of 16 staff members providing HR services for over 1500 employees at the main facility and 3 community based outpatient clinics. Lisa served over 9 years as an officer in the US Army and transitioned to a human resources/organizational development position in a paper mill and then to a privately owned manufacturing company as their first HR professional. She has had wonderful opportunities to learn HR from the ground up and enjoys sharing them with others.

HR Consulting: Meet Judith Lindenberger

Meet Judith Lindenberger! Judy’s background includes designing and facilitating the first-ever sexual harassment prevention training for federal workers, leading the management training department for a major financial organization, and creating a highly successful, global mentoring program for a Fortune 500 company which won the national Athena Award for Mentoring for two consecutive years. She is also a certified career coach and human resources consultant. Judy runs her own consulting business, The Lindenberger Group.