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A theme that was highlighted during this year’s SHRM Volunteer Leader Summitwas “being comfortable being uncomfortable.” Three different speakers I heard (including two of the keynote presentations) used the phrase and emphasized the concept. It’s a phrase being used more … Continue reading →
The title of this post sums up what makes something memorable or not. Yes, it’s the people! For the 5th, 6th or maybe 7th time (sorry I’ve lost count) I was fortunate enough to attend the SHRM Volunteer Leader … Continue reading →
Sometimes, the mere act of being present can make a world of difference in our workplace. This is especially true when it is unexpected, unscheduled, and done for positive reasons. In my short tenure in my new position, it has … Continue reading →
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