I am still reeling from the amazing experience that was TED at IBM. For those of you unfamiliar, it is a co-branded and promoted event by TED and IBM designed to showcase some of the brightest minds in the world. One of the speakers that resonated with me was Nir Eyal. His talk was about…

How many of us wish there were more hours in a day? Maybe just an extra hour for completion of a non-work project? Or, maybe you would go to the gym if only you had one extra hour? It’s important to make wise choices on how we choose to spend our time – regardless of your profession…HR or other. I encourage you to take a look within and evaluate how you spend your time.

I try to stay away from the trendy topics when it comes to blogging in the #HR space. I like to feel that I don’t jump on the bandwagon now and again and pile on, regarding a particular matter.  So now if I were speaking, I would have to throw down one of the transitions…

HR Schoolhouse Closing, Next Stop Everywhere

Education is vital to one’s success. I’ve seen it over-and-over again in my own career and for those who I’ve come in contact with over the years. Education comes in various forms at various stages along our scholarly journey. We are shaped by our early childhood education – teachers being parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents, etc….

For those of you that follow me, you know that this year and quite possibly most of last year I have been pushing myself into new terrains. In doing so, it has occurred to me that most people resist the urge of pushing themselves to try new things because it is down-right uncomfortable. I spent…

The movie, Nightcrawler, was released on Halloween. The title alone invoked thoughts of nocturnal arachnids. Coupled with the folklore of Halloween and the creepy image of Jack Gyllenhaal on the movie poster; it would not be added to the “Must See” list. Yet, there I was, late-morning on Halloween ready to enjoy a blockbuster on…