Don’t Be Afraid of a Little P.D.A.

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I was all prepared to write about the Performance I Create crew in Baton Rouge for Louisiana’s SHRM State Conference but that’s been done already. (See Janine Truitt’s article here) And done again. (See Tiffany Kuehl’s article here). And here. (Melissa Fairman’s LASHRM article). What’s SHRM and why all the excitement? Well for our readers who may […]

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Hope You Get Fired

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Hope You Get Fired What a terrible thing to say huh? Especially from an HR point of view because we already get a bad rap. Firing someone can be both exhilarating and saddening. I’ve heard some HR pros say that they are never happy firing someone and putting them on the unemployment line. I think […]

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Start-Ups Do It Better

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What’s a start-up? And why are they kicking corporate butt by acquiring top talent? Depending on who you ask, a start-up is anything from a fledgling new business venture to a company with an independent business model. But really, start-ups are sustainable, scaleable new companies. They are usually founded by someone who really wants to […]

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What’s Next in 2014?

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It’s always important to ask, “What’s next?” Each year everyone is excited to start new journeys. That excitement includes physical fitness, financial and personal goals. On PIC we’ve talked about new year goals and objectives before. In fact last year the entire month of January was all about quarterly goals. The content was great and […]

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Gamify That Training Process

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Gamify That Training Process After reading my colleague – coconspirator and PIC mate, Janine Truitt’s article “Building Training Programs for Effective Learning and Development” I was inspired. You see in my practitioner days my major responsibility was training and development. I loved it. I got a buzz out of making the old process new, better […]

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