Human resources professionals have the opportunity to do some wonderful things. And in the past few weeks, I was able to be a part of something that is simply amazing. What is it, you ask?
Do Amazing Things
This was a group eBook project organized by Chris Ferdinandi of Renegade HR. To learn more about this project, click here for his post. If you want to skip everything else and leap directly to the free eBook, it can be found at this link. The cool thing about the free guide is that it’s licensed via Creative Commons, so you can share it with anyone you wish. And with the all-star cast that Chris put together, I’m willing to bet that you’ll want to!
- China Miner Gorman fromÂ SHRM
- Michael VanDervort fromÂ Human Race Horses
- Lance Haun fromÂ Rehaul
- Karla Porter from the Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber in PA
- Paul Hebert fromÂ I2I
- Jim D\’Amico, recruiter extraordinaire
- Victorio Milian ofÂ Creative Chaos Consultant
- Steve Boese from Knowledge Infusion
- Nathaniel Rottenberg fromÂ Rypple
- Trish McFarlane fromÂ HR Ringleader
- Jessica Lee from APCO Worldwide
If you like it, please let Chris know. I’m sure he’d appreciate it.
Something Else Pretty Cool
It’s tough to digest all of the great ideas that are found in an eBook like this one. Pretty soon, I’m going to develop a free training course based on the guide and open it up to the public. Make sure you’re subscribed here so that you don’t miss the announcement!
Very nice. I’ll be sharing it with my senior seminar in Human Resources class this spring.
Sweet! Thanks for that ego stroke, Matt. :-) Seriously, I hope it shows them how some of the most simple concepts are really the best way to go. Simple, but difficult.
.-= Ben Eubanks´s last blog ..Simply Amazing =-.
Thanks for being apart of this! Really looking forward to seeing your blog (and overall HR presence) continue to grow in 2010. You’re an up and coming rockstar!
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