Podcasting is hot. It's so hot that every person I know seems to have a podcast.
Sometimes it seems as if it's gotten to the point where one of my dogs (I put my money on Mr. Crumples) is soon to announce that he's starting up a podcast.
And in the HR/Talent space we've got our
I dare say that most humans are creatures of habit and routine. That’s not necessarily a bad thing; in our hurly-burly lives it’s nice to rely on muscle-memory so we can drive the same daily route to the office or know that Friday evening will inevitably be comprised of pizza, pajamas and movies. The
Is work something we need to fix? Is work broken? Does work suck? Unfortunately, for far too many people, the answer is an overwhelming yes.
Earlier this year my friend Laurie Ruettimann launched the Let's Fix Work podcast where she talks with guests about all things careers, leadership and the future of work.
A few months
Many of us like to point to our vast social networks and talk about the friendships we have either made or deepened that are directly attributable to hanging out on social media. I, for one, can point to the early days on #HRtwitter as instrumental in bringing lots of people into my life; folks
Working in human resources means you get to do all sorts of cool things related to organizational culture, employee experience, performance and development, and change management. Sometimes you just get to crank out some good old-fashioned rah-rah cheerleading which, although many in “strategic” HR are loathe to admit it, can be quite enjoyable.