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Who else gets a little stressed when it comes to planning a get-together? Coordinating multiple personalities, finding a time and venue that works for everyone – there’s a lot that goes into hosting a gathering, whether for your family or a business function. But are we fixating on the right things when it comes to […]
Have you ever wondered how professional athletes, academics, researchers or artists get so good? Malcolm Gladwell taught us you need to practice 10,000 hours to be an expert at anything in this world. Maybe that number is right. Perhaps it’s not. What do you think? In the new book “Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a […]
Hey, everybody. Want some free books? I have copies of Influencer, Stories that Stick, Stillness is the Key, Total Leadership, and Love the Fur You’re In for you to win if you sign up for the HR Books email list by October 13th. Join the Newsletter Subscribe to get our latest content by email. […]
There’s a school of thought out there that HR needs to tell a better story about itself. First, we should describe the value we bring. Then, we should highlight the HR professionals who do it. Next, we must demonstrate how we impact people’s lives with attention to specific detail. Finally, we must show how our […]
You’ve heard the buzzwords surrounding becoming a great HR leader. Get a seat at the table. Get strategic. Know the business. What does it really mean for HR pros in 2020 and beyond? Kris Dunn just wrote a new book called “The 9 Faces of HR: A Disruptor’s Guide to Mastering Innovation and Driving Real Change” […]
I was given an advance copy of Stillness is the Key by Ryan Holiday. It’s a non-traditional HR book, which means it’s the best kind of book. I highly recommend it.
Welcome to the January 2019 #HRBookClub. Last year, my goal was to help you read 12 books in 12 months. It was a fun year where we learned a lot about how people consume information and share their ideas online. This year is different.
Our December #HRBookClub Pick is Awesome. I found a book called “Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now” by Jaron Lanier and fell in love.
Dr. Nick Morgan is the founder of Public Words and a leading expert on the science of communication and public speaking. In his new book, Nick helps leaders and employees “fix” virtual communication problems and make work better. Here’s an excerpt from, “Can You Hear Me?: How to Connect with People in a Virtual World.”
We don’t fight like we used to. Unlike old-school rap battles, your online disputes with colleagues never end in sick beats and mad rhymes; they only end in heartburn and passive aggressive text messages. That’s why I’m recommending “Can You Hear Me? How to Connect with People in a Virtual World” by Nick Morgan as our November book of the month.