Have you ever been on a momentum and almost break it? That’s what today’s post is about. Posts on this site have been consistent recently and today’s post is intended to ensure that that momentum continues. It is 11:00 PM CST, so that means I have time to make it to the proverbial finish line. Read more
Tag Archives: Social Media
Time moves forward with each passing year and, as each year passes, we find ourselves to be the beneficiaries of new experiences, sorrows, joys, etc. Time changes us. For me, this was a year of change.
This post signals the return of an ongoing series from 2013 – with a twist. I originally limited the timeframe to a previous seven-day period. This will no longer be the case. So, enjoy these 4 HR Blog Posts because they are relevant – regardless of when they were originally posted.
I’ve been so busy lately that I completely forgot the anniversary of this blog! Yes, believe it or not, HR to Who is two years old! My social media and blogging experiment is still ongoing – and now enters into year number three! Indulge me for a moment as I take a look back on year’s one and two. Read more
Do you find yourself sometimes overwhelmed by social media? Are you getting ever closer to the moment when you scream “Calgon, take me away!” (Yes, I’m a child of the 80s!) Do you have trouble keeping up with all aspects of the constant stream of information?? If you’ve answered “yes” to any of these..know this. You are not alone! I’m right there with you. Maybe you feel like social media has taken over your life? Has it? Do you need to discover what matters to YOU?
I wish I had more time for reading just as I wish I had more time for writing. Actually, for that matter, I wish I had more time for just about everything. (Don’t we all?) I spent time last night reading various posts on Performance I Create. The purpose of this post is to introduce anyone who might be unfamiliar with the site and highlight a random post sampling. They’ve perfected the art of capturing my attention and I hope it is the same for you. Read more
Television loves a comeback and the viewers love to rally behind cult favorites. We’ve seen successful television reboots (Battlestar Galactica) and continuations (Doctor Who, Dallas). I find myself asking in recent weeks if Fox had introduced audiences to a new breed of Bundys. Only this time, It wasn’t Al Bundy – it was Cliven Bundy. It wasn’t Married With Children…it is Married With Cattle. Read more
I, along with my Co-Social Media Director, Susan Holland, have spent time recently working on a Social Media Toolkit for members of Mississippi SHRM. In doing this, what I found to be very interesting was the need to reprogram my mind and take myself back to 2009-2010 when my “social brain” wasn’t quite so plugged-into the network. I had to learn to not-speak social and it made me wonder about how we speak today compared to just a few years ago. Could someone in the year 2000 understand 2014 social speak? Read more
The Mississippi State Council of SHRM hosted the annual MSSHRM Leaders Retreat on February 15, 2014. The State Council met on February 14th. Council members and Chapter leadership enjoyed a reception at the MSU Riley Center that afternoon. The evening ended with the group attending an orchestra performance; however, the end of the event weekend would be Saturday, Social Media & Skype. Read more
Go online and you’ll find evidence of countless blog failures. Most of these failures occur within the first six months after the first published post. Why is this? What causes a blogger to just give up? Want my unsolicited advice? Don’t give up! This is my advice for first-six month bloggers! Read more