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HR Carnival – National Bosses Day Edition

Posted by Ken Klaus on October 16, 2008

The HR Carnival has rolled back into town, hosted by Totally Consumed.  This edition coincides with National Bosses Day, so we’re tipping our hats to the good and bad, funny and sad, the bosses we’ve loved as well as those we’d like to forget.  Kudos to Vivian for making the cut this round with her post, Who’s the Boss Enjoy!


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HR Carnival 40!

Posted by Ken Klaus on August 7, 2008

The latest HR Carnival is now posted on McArthur’s Rant. Be sure to stop by and enjoy some cotton candy, funnel cakes and corn dogs along with a liberal helping of HR goodness. This week’s topics include:

  • Web 2.0
  • Women in the workplace
  • The role of HR in talent management
  • Workforce planning
  • Creating a business case for HR – a shout out to our own Meg Bear. That’s two in a row!
  • Succession planning
  • Managing conflict, on and off the job
  • Email etiquette and much more!

So don’t delay – this may be a limited time offer.  The less time you have, the more time you should spend reading HR blogs. Enjoy!

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HR Carnival 38

Posted by Ken Klaus on July 9, 2008

Be sure to check out the latest HR Carnival hosted on Changeboard. The focus of this edition is Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Justice. Topics include:

  • What defines a great leader?
  • How do I expect to lead change?
  • Gang culture, poverty, discrimination: let’s tackle it together.
  • What is CSR?
  • Power of Web 2.0.
  • Why should you care about CSR / social justice?
  • CSR business case.
  • Measuring productivity.   (Louise gets mentioned in this section!  Way to go LB!)
  • Engage your employees through teambuilding.

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