Posts Tagged: professional development

{Career Advice} Kindness In The Workplace.

Editor’s Note:  Several of our Women of HR writers have come together to share some of the best pieces of career advice they’ve received.  Their series of posts will run over the next couple of weeks.  Enjoy!   Buzzwords.  As much as we love to hate them, it’s almost impossible to avoid them especially in…read more

{Career Advice} Anything Is Possible

Editor’s Note:  Several of our Women of HR writers have come together to share some of the best pieces of career advice they’ve received.  Their series of posts will run over the next couple of weeks.  Enjoy!   It came from a slogan I saw on a comic strip. It was a cute little character…read more

{Career Advice} A Collection of Wise Words

Editor’s Note:  Several of our Women of HR writers have come together to share some of the best pieces of career advice they’ve received.  Their series of posts will run over the next couple of weeks.  Enjoy!   A few years ago, I read a wonderful article in Fortune magazine that was nothing more than…read more

Age Before Expertise: The Battle for Credibility

 I have always known that over the course of my career I’d be faced with adversity at times because I am a female, but I had never truly considered the fact that my age – or lack thereof – would also be a significant variable in the calculation of my credibility as an Executive Recruiter….read more

Get A Degree To Make It Official

It doesn’t take many years in the work force to begin acquiring meaningful experience that will serve you well in the future. In fact, you may be in the position you currently hold more for what experience has taught you than for what a classroom has taught you. The positive outcomes you’ve achieved thanks to your…read more

My New Year’s Wish for HR – HR New Year’s Resolutions

2014.  It’s a new year, and a new start…at least metaphorically speaking.  As we look ahead at the promise that the New Year holds, all the possibility that lies ahead of us, it’s natural for many of us to make personal resolutions.  In addition to my usual resolutions, I have a few wishes for HR…read more

The Trailing Spouse: To Be or Not To Be??

The Wikipedia describes a Trailing Spouse as “a person who follows his or her life partner to another city because of a work assignment.” It goes further to explain that the life of The Trailing Spouse is fraught with many challenges that may impact on their personal and professional lives. Challenges such as: Professional Sacrifice…read more

Gratitude

The month of November and Thanksgiving holiday are a natural time to reflect on those things for which we are thankful.  Not that thanks and appreciation should be limited to just one month per year, but it’s when it becomes front and center for many.  Amongst being thankful for friends, family, security, and a roof…read more

HR Technology….Why Should I Care? #HRTechConf 2013

I had the opportunity to attend the HR Technology Conference for the first time last week.  It took place at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas from October 7 – 9, and for thousands who are active and influential in the HR technology space, it’s an annual pilgrimage anxiously awaited for the opportunity to see, hear…read more