What Does It Mean to Change Your Mind?

Last week I randomly posed the following question to three of my HR contacts: What Does It Mean to Change Your Mind? Their answers, in turn, were included in the post of the same name, published today on PerformanceICreate.com

Thank You

I would like to thank Dustin Haverkamp, SPHR, Jan Farve, CSP, PHR, and Gregory Payne for their willingness to provide info for the post. Please visit one of the links below for more information about each.

To view the original post, please visit: http://www.performanceicreate.com/what-does-it-mean-to-change-your-mind/

Dustin Haverkamp, SPHR

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Jan Farve, CSP, PHR

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Gregory Payne

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Thank you to Jan, Dustin, & Greg!


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