I’ve posted several HR Carnivals here before. I try to make each one special, because I know how important the world of HR blogging has been to me as a hands-on HR pro, and I don’t want anyone else to miss out on that opportunity.
I’m currently subscribed to 25-30 HR blogs in Feedly.It’s a great tool for keeping up with multiple websites, because it pulls the latest content into one place where you can read without visiting 20 different sites. Very handy. Anyway, I have used HR blogs over the years to help me stay motivated, learn new tips/tricks, and improve my HR service delivery. And the cost on those improvements? A little time. If you’d like to get free updates via email, just plug in your email address here.
Hopefully you’re reading this site and others that help you to learn and do more as an HR pro. I think that’s where the true value lies in the HR blogging world, at least for us practitioners.
With all that said, let’s check out the posts submitted from other authors. I hope you enjoy!
The excellent posts
- Steve Roesler shares Build Trust By Saying â€œNo”
- Jennifer V. Miller gives us ideas on how to take advantage of reverse mentoring
- Susan Mazza provides the Path to High Performance
- Dan McCarthy tells us You Can Be a Tough Leader and Not Be a Jerk
- Alex Raymond offers up How to Get Started in Lean Management
- Stuart Rudner gives us insights on quick terminations
- Cliff Stevenson shares The Keys to Business Strategy Execution
- Andrew Tarvin brings us 30 Benefits of Humor at Work
- Amit Bhagria shares Fun Work Activities
- Mervyn Dinnen tells us It Starts with a Job Description
- Chris Fields asks Do HR Executives Need to Think Like CMOs?
- Wally Bock shares the story of Connor Fox: Master Mentor
- Melissa Fairman tells us about My Work Tombstone
- Michael Vandervort gives a Labor Relations Roundup for April 2014
- Mike Haberman asks “Are You Actually Listening?”
- Nancy Hess shares insights on One Team Thinking
I hope you found some new authors and helpful content! Thanks for stopping by.