It’s the day after the election at Daxko (where I work), and lots of people have taken PTO. It is remarkably quiet in the office. Interesting.
I don’t write about politics. I’m not educated enough on that topic to be anyone’s voice in politics. Alexander Hamilton would probably hate me, but I’m a card-carrying fence-straddler (he hated Aaron Burr’s mantra “Talk Less. Smile More. Don’t let them know what you’re against or for”). I vote issues, not party. That means I’m not entertaining – which means many wouldn’t find me politically read-worthy.
But I am someone who thinks about leadership, HR and talent management. I am an HR Pro whose job it is to help people through change. I am also someone who knows that team members come to me for advice on how to help people struggling with life/work events. And, by the number of people who took PTO on Wednesday (on both sides of the aisle) Tuesday night was a pretty big event in many peoples live.
So when I woke up Wednesday morning I had to think through what my role at work could require me to do today. I had to figure out, what the hell do I actually think today. What support can I give/ should I give/ is appropriate to give. Here is what I discerned.
Read the rest of my post (and lots of other great stuff) at Fistful Of Talent….