Tag Archives: Fear

This is a post that has been lingering in both my mind and on my hard drive for while. While there is certainly some love spoken about, pain and emptiness are part of this story too. I believe the reason … Continue reading

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Are you just visiting?

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So often we take life and the events that we label “ours” for granted. There are moments each day that should be seized and cherished yet we get caught in the busyness that erupts and do not grasp the gifts … Continue reading

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The Dilution of HR Certification

The continuing saga of dueling HR certifications continues into its second week and the statements continue to come from both sides of the divide. Within the past two days, there have been statements from the SHRM Board Chair (via the … Continue reading

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Why does change mean losing something?

I asked the question above to one of my coworkers when they were bemoaning the constant change that has been happening and how so much has been lost.  This question stunned them immediately and the retreat began on how changes … Continue reading

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The risks in progress

Progress always involves risks.  You can’t steal second base and keep your foot on first. -        Frederick B. Wilcox Life has a funny way of presenting opportunities.  Without taking a risk, so many instances of progress would not occur.  Even … Continue reading

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How do the leaders in your organization perceive themselves when it comes to dealing with difficult situations?  Are they more inclined to take an approach that lends itself to coaching or counseling people or are they ready to put on … Continue reading

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