Tag Archive: engagement

Dec 06

On the 6th day of Christmas, I was told how to party

Over the next month and a half, all over America, employers will sponsor holiday parties for their employees, the intent being to express appreciation and to boost morale. Yet, many of those celebrations will turn into boring events that serve neither purpose.

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Mar 14

SHRM Blog Carnival: Leadership & Engagement

Welcome to the March 14th edition of the SHRM Blog Carnival!  The HR Mouth of the South is thrilled to be hosting this next round, which focuses on best practices for leadership and engagement.  We asked our SHRM bloggers to consider the following: “What does your company (or another company you know of) do right …

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Mar 07

Who Have You Made Feel Important Today?

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The concept of volunteerism has always been an important aspect of my life.  In fact, I started volunteering way back in the first grade when I assisted a class for physically and mentally challenged children. I erased blackboards and emptied wastebaskets, basically, all of the things we take for granted that these children could not …

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Jan 13

Energetic, Educated & Engaged…That’s Who We Are

You know, as the new president of HR Florida I’m really excited. I’m thrilled about leading this great organization (which is SO cool!), but I’m also energized about all of the good things we have in store for supporting and furthering the cause of our HR professionals across the state. Yes, it’s an exciting time …

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