#PICHR: Posts from November

This month marks a milestone for me as I officially joined the ranks of Performance I Create as an official blogger. It is my hope to share the #PICHR message with as many readers as possible and, to do that, I will begin posting a monthly summary of links to Performance I Create content. There are many great authors on the site and I hope you take a moment to read, comment, and enjoy.

#PICHR: Posts from November

 PICHR, Performance I Create, Kyle Jones

November 24, 2014

#PICHR Your TrenchHR by Dave Ryan

November 21, 2014

How to Prevent the Performance Review Blues by Tiffany Kuehl

November 19, 2014

5 Reasons Why Your Employees Hate You by Sarah Williams

November 18, 2014

Quitting Your Job in Slow Motion by Michael Vandervort

November 17, 2014

The Employee Self-Service Challenge by Melissa Fairman

November 14, 2014

Do You Tell Your Employees to Partake “PDF”? by Barb Buckner

November 13, 2014

The Nightcrawler’s Law of Power by Keirsten Greggs

November 12, 2014

A fine Line Between Strategic Planning and Wasting Time by Justin Harris

November 11, 2014

Create Your Own HR Guide by Kyle Jones

November 10, 2014

Reciprocal Loyalty that Drives Performance by Heather Kinzie

November 07, 2014


November 05, 2014

Permission to be Great? by Broc Edwards

November 03, 2014

Why Risk Taking Means Pushing Others Out of the Way by Chris Ponder II

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About the #PICHR Posts

The remainder of the November posts will be included with those from December. Thank you for sharing the #PICHR vision.

From the Performance I Create website:

Performance I Create is a contributor designed blog for professionals to share their knowledge and experience about improving performance and productivity through human performance improvement, training/learning and development, process improvement, instructional design, human resources, communication, social media, leadership, or productivity.

Contributors include trainers, HR professionals, managers, employees, professors, researchers, and anyone using forward thinking to impact performance and productivity.

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