Oops! I just realized that the video and audio tracks were separated slightly in the recording/uploading process. Now the video looks like a bad Japanese movie. If you can ignore that part, the rest of the video is worth the listen, though. :-)
I’m learning a lot in our localÂ SHRM chapter mentoring program, and not to discount our speakers or leaders (both fantastic), but one of the greatest pieces for me is meeting other people with a thirst for knowledge and the willingness to reach for it. The other participants are top notch and I’m extremely blessed to be a part of the group.
What have we covered so far?
Developing an elevator speech to communicate your job to the CEO
Social Styles-how you interact and communicate with others
Controlling costs and impacting the bottom through benefit administration
Public sector HR-much more interesting than it sounds!
One of the most interesting ideas I’ve pulled from the experience?
There’s big power in small groups.
Quotes from other participants
For me, I\’ve enjoyed getting to talk more in depth about HR topics, challenges, etc. Â I\’ve also appreciated the â€œsafeâ€ environment provided to ask questions. I also judge NMU has fostered lifelong professional relationships. Christine Beldner
HR may be a career where â€˜interesting\’ stories are your day-to-day life and your friends or family might not be able to relate; but your HR friends and family can relate and probably top your most â€˜interesting\’ story with one of their own! Karen Still
If you’re interested in getting into the NASHRM Mentor University group next year (if you’re local!), just stay tuned for more updates as the year progresses. If you’re not local, but you’d like to start a group for your own chapter, feel free to email me and we can chat! It’s an amazing tool for a young HR professional, and I can’t recommend it highly enough!