EffortlessHR is honored to be hosting this week’s Carnival of HR.
Thanks to HR Minion for keeping track and organizing the carnivals! As this is our first time hosting the carnival, please forgive any mistakes.
Plenty of posts came in this week, so without further delay, let’s get going:
- Jason Seiden was the first to submit his article and writes about how social media is blending our personal and professional lives, making it harder to hide behind corporate facades in his post entitled “Ethics, social media, and… “profersonalism”
- Susannah from Advorto chimes in with her 15-minute guide to recruiting graduates in a recession
- Cathy Martin from Intellectual Capital Consulting wants us to ponder if Engaged Employees can Sell more Soup
- Sharlyn Lauby from ITM has an excellent post on business agility
- Erik Samdahl of i4cp would like us to think about How High-Performers Support Employee Engagement
- Mark Stelzner, who hosted the previous HR carnival over at the Inflexion Point Blog has some Observations & Conclusions from SHRM 2009
- Drew Tarvin shows us how to Team-Build Through 3 Pictures
- Jon Ingham explains about developing people management strategy and the value of templates in this process
- Dan McCarthy wants us to Beware of Cult-like Leadership Development Programs
- Mark, Amy, and Meg (The TalentedApps team) discusses social networking in their submission One, but not the same
- Marie Adams has 2 very good posts this week: Are “lunch and learns” bad for business? and When cookie-cutter sexual harassment training just won’t cut it
- From the G.Neil HR Forum, some insight on Employees putting your data security at risk
- Lisa Rosendahl writes about Easier Federal Job Applications
- Trisha McFarlane has an interesting article entitled Yo Adrian! You Don’t Have to Win to be Great (yes you have to read it to understand the title!)
- Amit Bhagria lets us all think about How to Manage Human Capital
- Lexi Ruben Clifford Junio from PRECEPT has an excellent article on Health Care Reform: The Simple Truth
- Chris Young posts a Book Review on Three Laws of Performance
- Susan Burns has a good article on What’s your Employment Brand Relevancy
- Michael VanDervort authored an article titled Social Media and Human Resources
- Wally Bock gives us a lesson on Home Depot at 30: A Lesson in Corporate Culture
There you have it.. The last few were fairly late entries so they may have been rushed on here. We’ve been incredibly busy with the launch of Effortless Business Forms and the new pricing model for Effortless HR Software that our blog postings have been slow lately. We’ll be sure to catch up and get some recent posts online ASAP.
I love post carnivals :), it promotes sharing between bloggers which I think is brilliant.
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Anthony Clark says
Thanks for HR for organizing such carnivals, longing to read Sharlyn Lauby and Drew Tarvin on Business agility, i m going to start my new business soon, hope this carnival will introduce me to some new horizon of business, i m sure i will love to read all of them.
I really like this idea, especially since it gives such a clear and concise view of all of the posts, which is something I may have to implement on my own blog!