Over the last 10 years I’ve used my blog to philosophically wax and wane about all things HR. I like to think I’ve had some profound things to say when I’ve taken on a particular topic but, of course, also realize there have been many times when I was musing merely for my own enjoyment. I’ve talked, over the years, about Kim Kardashian’s pregnancy (the first one), menstruation, clueless HR and organizational practices and, in one of my most popular recent posts, the disconnect between “conference HR” and “real world HR.”
(Q: how many pundits does it take to discuss culture, engagement or “why recruiting is like marketing”? A: probably none).
Nevertheless, I persisted.
And now, because I can, I’m using my little corner of the internet to talk about something exciting and, quite frankly, a bit promotional.
The company I joined last year (as Head of People) is heading towards a new and exciting future as we recently transitioned to a new moniker (Peridus Group) and unveiled our sexy new web site!
We remain, at our core, a boutique consulting firm fixing problems and doing cool shit. We consult on HR Technology + Systems work (especially Workday integrations, implementations and managed services), Talent + Recruiting (contract recruiting and RPO), and NOW (here’s the new stuff!) we’ve added an HR + People Strategy practice headed by yours truly.
The HR + People Strategy group aligns with our firm’s raison d’etre: providing talent strategy and solutions for independent thinkers. On the HR + People Strategy side that translates to mean “this ain’t your mama’s HR” since:
- We believe the future of HR includes tossing aside non-functioning legacy practices in order to create people strategies that are vibrant, pro-active and nimble.
- We share research and insight that can inform decisions and drive innovation in all areas of an organization’s people operations and the experience of its employees.
- We don’t take what many think of as the typical (and stereotyped) human resources approach. While we’re mindful of underlying compliance and legislative issues (hey; we’re the SMEs after all) we like to focus on the “possibilities” … not the policies. We push our clients to contemplate “what CAN we do rather than what CAN’T we do.”
- And I, as the architect of this group, am most assuredly not your mama’s HR ……..
So yeah; pretty exciting. In addition to providing general consulting, project work and training/workshop facilitations, we also offer an HR managed service option which is ideal when the company doesn’t have a dedicated and experienced human resources leader or the Leadership team/HR Leader could benefit from additional support on planning, strategy and implementation of forward-thinking people strategies that can boost the attraction, recruitment, retention and development of talent.
Wanna chat about what I’m doing now? Hit me up at email@example.com.
Let’s work together!