Category Archives: Strategy

#trending: What HR leaders are seeing as critical workforce trends impacting the future of business

“Every year the women of New York leave the past behind and look forward to the future…this is known as Fashion Week.” – Carrie Bradshaw. This week, while some of the most fashion-forward women in the world were looking toward the future from front rows in Bryant Park, the forward-thinking HR professionals in southern California were looking […]
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Get Your Blog On!

Listen up blogosphere! After a much needed 4 month break from my previous frequent blogging, I am happy to let you know that I will be returning to regular blog posts this month! I’m looking forward to updating you on what I’ve been focusing on, emerging trends in HR that I believe will shape your strategic human capital […]
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The New F Word

F word.     F bomb.     F this.     F that. I’m sure that by now you are freaking out, thinking that this post is somehow going to be about the mother of all F words. Nope,  you’re not even close.  I’m talking about feelings. Specifically, the feelings of those in your workforce. Ask yourself, can you confidently provide […]
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Strategic HR – What does this mean for you inside your organization?

In many organizations, HR has to push, shove and crawl their way up to gain a seat at the proverbial executive table. This is, in part, due to the fact that HR is a function that takes more time to show the ROI of its accomplishments. We aren’t the team that will close a $1 […]
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5 Signs Your Organization Is Bleeding Talent

5 Signs Your Organization Is Bleeding Talent – great article from @ErnieTamayo Ouch! Is your organization bleeding talent? This was a timely read for me personally as my organization just finished its Employee Satisfaction Survey and I have started discussing results with managers. I can’t wait to to work with them on some creative and cost-effective […]
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Influence – Who Should Have It and How You Get It. Building Influence as an HR Leader Series 1

Human Resources is a tough job. Don’t let anyone tell you it’s not. As HR practitioners, we not only have to protect our organizations from employment liability and litigation but we are also responsible for laying the ground work to grow the company and keep employees engaged and productive. That’s a lot of work, especially […]
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