Sarah McLachlan figured out that if we stopped making the music business competitive, instead collaborative, there would be far more female musicians out there would have their shot at real success. If we all continue to collaborate, won’t the same thing happen with us too?
To the uninitiated, Twitter may seem strange, perplexing, or even pointless. However, if you give it a chance, you may find that learning and participating on Twitter can add value to your life and career in several ways.
Back when the Women of HR site officially launched, all those long months ago (well, 4 months to be exact), we went on a little radio show called the HR Happy Hour to kick things off the right way. Well, the Women of HR are planning to take over the show again this week and…read more
Respectful disagreement and dialogue will often generate bigger and better ideas and solutions. Passionate debate must exist in an organization if it is to grow and thrive. Is this dynamic difficult for women to embrace?
Here’s my challenge to the on-line HR community. Be intentional in connecting with your peers. The reason most of the HR community isn’t on-line is that they don’t know we exist. So, connect with each other on purpose.
We want to know what you think of Women of HR. That’s right, tell us, lay it on the line – the good, the bad and the ugly. One click, 10 questions. So easy. So valuable.
Many companies have hopped on the Social Media Train in different ways such as company blogs, Twitter accounts, Facebook fan pages (or are they called LIKE pages, now?), or intranet sites to keep their associates connected. However, what many companies have not anticipated is this: If associates are so passionate about the work they do that they want to create their own personal blog about it, will they be supported?