Monthly Archives: June 2014

Top Ten Corporate HR Buzzwords: Communicate with Caution

One of my pet peeves is when people use buzzwords to try to impress others or without realizing their audience doesn’t understand …

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Global Mobility Trends: 3 Questions for Employers

A few weeks ago a good friend of mine was offered an opportunity too good to pass up. The multinational company for …

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SHRM Fails Communication 101

As an SPHR (certified human resources professional), I should be worked up about SHRM’s recent announcement that they are pursuing their own …

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When Is It Time to Stop Spectating and Start Leading?

Meet Nita New-Leader. She’s recently been promoted to a Director and has been given responsibility over a new area with a much larger …

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Four Fast Ways to Demoralize Your Team and Lose Credibility

Despite company-wide engagement surveys conducted and the reports analyzed afterwards, an employee’s job satisfaction often still comes down to his/her individual manager as a …

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Looking out for #1: Confidence without the Goods

Recently the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) released its survey of math, science, and reading skills of 500,000 15 year olds …

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