At the Workhuman Conference, SVP, Derek Irvine shared an incredible stat. When asked “what is the one thing you would change in your organization’s culture,” data from their recognition software stated: Foster A Culture of Appreciation. Of course, it is. Cynics may say, well the data is from participants using a recognition software. Although at […]Read More Cultures of Appreciation Require Training The “Giver”
I am a woman. I’ve navigated a successful HR career. I’ve lead HR Boards. I’ve helped create award-winning workplaces. I’ve spoken internationally on HR/Leadership topics. And, I still have the habit of saying sorry when it’s not warranted. It’s almost a form of verbal garbage, just like saying “um” or “like”. And it doesn’t help […]Read More Best way to celebrate International Women’s Day, Quit Saying Your Sorry
It’s OSCAR time. Me and the gang at Three Ears Media (I’m looking at you Katrina) love a great movie! I mean, have you seen The Wife yet? omg. On that note, we also love a great career website. To honor Oscar season, I did a mashup of Best Picture nominees with the types of […]Read More Oscar Time! Which Best Pic Looks Like Your Career Page?
Approximately a month ago I officially joined Three Ears Media with my partner in crime Katrina Kibben. We are a workplace solutions company focused on helping HR teams become self-sufficient recruitment marketers, understand their corporate culture and up their overall candidate experiences. We create hiring cultures that connect with candiates. It’s been a ride. A […]Read More New Jobs & The Beginner’s Mindset
Hello Friends! I’m happy to announce the beginning of LinkedIn Talent Connect Week at DBHR. Next Week (October 8-11, 2018) LinkedIn is having their annual Talent Connect conference in Anaheim, CA. I’m thrill to announce I will both cover and present at this event, hosted by one of the greatest talent connectors on the globe. […]Read More On DBHR> It’s LinkedIn #TalentConnect Week!
We’ve all dealt with a colleague or boss who treated us poorly. It hasn’t been the norm in my world, so when it has happened occasionally, I’d channel the five stages of grief in 48 hours: Denial: Did that just happen Anger: Eff that guy! Bargaining: Was it me? Man I stink, do I need […]Read More When A Colleague Gets Their Just Rewards, Graciousness Wins
“There are champions of “diversity” and there are champions of a “demographic”. We need to be more concerned when something happens to one of us; it’s really happened to ALL of us. Being a champion of diversity means being a champion for everyone across ALL inter-sectionally, not just the familiar” — Candi Castleberry Singleton, VP […]Read More Corporate Diversity Leaders: Less Focus On Demographics, More On Belonging
Hello Friends! I am going to be covering the SHRM National Conference this month in Chicago, IL (yes, one of my fav states). Since I go, speak, and write for a lot of conferences (I’m a nerd), I want to share some love with you. I mean, we know HR pros and leaders need to […]Read More #SHRM18 > 4 Speakers #HR Can’t Miss If You Want To Re-Skill
Hey Gang! If you are a leader of Culture, Engagement, HR, Learning and Dev, don’t miss this one. I’m happy to host this webinar: L&D “Selfies”: How To Customize Programs To Make Employees CEO of Their Careers. This one is brought to you by the great folks at Clear Company and HR.com. This one is […]Read More WEBINAR! Join me > L&D “Selfies”: How To Customize Programs To Make Employees CEO of Their Careers
Rebels are few and far between. But when they stick, they stick. Rosa Parks, David Bowie, #metoo leaders, Galileo, the Star Wars Rebel Alliance, Abe Lincoln, and the rebels in the Paris Uprising of 1832. (OK, they lost, but we got Les Miserables). There is something these rebels have in common: They take action. They […]Read More The HR Rebellion Includes Engaging Employees. Here’s A New Playbook To Help You.