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#NEXTCHAT: Creating a Groundswell in HR

January 14, 2014

This post is featured on SHRM’s We Know Next blog. Join me January 15 at 3:00E for a #Nextchat on creating a groundswell in HR.  Much like a groundswell where a massive storm can create huge waves and a rise in the sea level, a groundswell among large groups of individuals — using the power […]

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Infographic: Efficiency of Dating Via App

December 11, 2013

Mobile technology is changing the way we do business. Whether it’s to apply to a job or just stay on top of a project while you’re on the road, your smartphone is an extension of your desk. But your smartphone is also an extension of your social life. Gone are the times when telling someone […]

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Women@Work Infographic

April 24, 2012

I wanted to take a moment to share a neat infographic with you. The Online MBA program at the University of North Carolina created an infographic in partnership with Women 2.0, displaying the progress (and the work that needs to be done) of Women in the Workplace. This is incredibly interesting to me because I […]

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Learning from Mom, the Digital Way

August 3, 2010

Like many Gen Y women, my mother is my best friend. My generation has been considered the victims of helicopter parents, assuming that we can’t function without calling mom or dad for every tiny emergency. While I don’t want my parents to solve my problems for me (and hope they never call my boss), a number of us […]

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What if St. Patrick Could have Tweeted When He was Kidnapped?

March 16, 2010

Since some people I know got started celebrating St. Patrick’s Day this weekend, I figured I’d go ahead and share the Irish love. Have you ever looked up the history of St. Patrick? Actually learned how he got the whole saint-thing going? Well, I honestly admit that I never did. Sure, I might have learned […]

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Better Readers Instead of Writers?

December 4, 2009

One of the criticisms of my generation is that technology is making us a group of horrible writers. We can’t spell because of spell check (guilty), we wouldn’t know a full word if we saw it (thx), and we use punctuation to express emotion : ) Sure, we’re teaching younger generations that texting is the […]

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