Author: Joel Peterson — In 2008, I flew to Chicago for my first SHRM national conference. I traveled alone and didn’t know anyone attending the conference. I spent every possible minute in session after session. I was at all the keynote speeches. At the end of each day, I ran back to my room to type up my handwritten […]
Author: Joel Peterson — I went on a backpacking trip with my brother along time ago. This particular trip was full of switch backs leading straight up to a summit point. From the summit, the trail continued straight down the other side of the mountain. As I made my way up that steep path toting […]
Author: Joel Peterson — The world moves so fast that we often need lists just to remember to get things done as they speed past us. Some lists are more fun than others. Grocery lists build anticipation for delicious snacks and meals that lie ahead. Wish lists are chock full of hope and expectation. Bucket […]
Author: Joel Peterson — In keeping with what it’s like to be an HRDEPT1, I’ve been so swamped at work lately that my attempt to write the second installment in my series about life as an HRDEPT1 in a timely fashion has fallen prey to various deadlines and other priorities. I intensely dislike not being […]
Author: Dennis E. Gilbert — Rudeness, we might label it as disrespect, blame it on
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