Tag Archive: professional development

May 27

HR Recertification – it’s an investment in You!

Congratulations!! We know becoming certified as an HR professional is not easy. Some of you are newly PHR or SPHR certified by the Human Resource Certification Institute and some of you have been HRCI certified for years.  There are also many of you who have recently received the new SHRM certifications: SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP.  For those …

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Jul 03

Building on a Foundation of Great Experiences

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Okay, so I have to admit, I do buy into the theory that things do happen for a reason and they are not just luck or luck of the draw. I think there are many factors that play into that as well as the individual has to be open to see and accept certain circumstances …

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Feb 07

#SHRMChat: Conferences

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The 2014 HR Conference season is looming and for those chapters and state councils who are in the planning stages know how time consuming, exhausting, frustrating and rewarding these events can be. For most of us, our annual conferences, whether they are one day, or multi-day, bring in the majority of revenue that sustains our …

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Aug 13

Thinking Like a Consultant: New Business Cards Not Required

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I’ve been floating around as an HR professional for quite some time; I started in the days of snail-mailed resumes, typewriters and 1 PC in the entire HR Department.  We used that PC to process payroll and it was also where I maintained my applicant tracking logs (Lotus 1-2-3!!) so I could complete the annual …

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Jul 31

Social Media – Don’t Set It and Forget It

I just got back from a visit to New Bern – a quiet town near the outer banks of North Carolina, with a not so quiet senior population. While hanging with my Nana on Friday night I was impressed at the way she zipped around the social apps on her iPad, recounting what her peers …

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