This post is a bit unusual for the CUE blog and those of you in the CUE Community for Positive Employee Relations.
Today we are hosting a recurring online event known as the Carnival of HR.
A blogging carnival is a social media meme in which a group of bloggers submit blog posts to a “host” who compiles the posts into one collection that is then published on their site on the prearranged day. The posts and bloggers are generally focused on a similar area of interest, such as Human Resources, and may or may not have a theme which unites the posts on a specific question or topic. Carnivals occur on a regular schedule, monthly/biweekly/weekly, and the carnival hosts change after each event. You can find more information about blog carnivals here.
The Carnival of HR is a monthly carnival that focuses on Human Resources, Recruiting, Business, and Management blogs. Each carnival brings together a diverse collection of posts that will make you think and introduce you to new blogs and new writers.
The theme for this particular edition of the Carnival of HR was movement. Moving up, moving on, creating a movement, or in my own personal case – literally moving to a new state.
If you haven’t heard yet, it was announced a few weeks ago that I am leaving CUE to pursue a new opportunity with my former employer back in Florida. This singular decision has created a massive influx of change into my life and my work and has definitely been challenging, and that’s was drove the theme of movement.
We received some excellent articles and so let’s move on to those links.
First up is John Baldino of HumaReso with a post that manages to combine board games, Les Miserables and candidate personas. Check out Little People.
Kelly Wong from Achievers was, well a bit of an overachiever, submitting two posts. First up is 5 HR Tech Trends to Look Out for in 2020 and Beyond. The bonus post is The Case for a Four-Day Work Week. Definitely a move I could get behind.
Judy Lindenberger, President of The Lindenberger Group, LLC educates us on What Is the Difference Between Executive Coaching & Career Coaching?
Melanie Peacock calls out the idea that “When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” – Wayne Dyer, and asks us to take a look at the idea of User-friendly HR.
Kurian Prasad shares insight on a fundamental decision that one needs to take before making moves in HR to ensure that the moves are directionally correct. On what good looks like: HR policies and processes
Stuart Rudner shares some thoughts on the latest way people are moving on from their old employer with Is This The End? Video Update on Employee Resignations
Here is Anthony Paradiso with a nod to MLK and legacy with What Hurricanes Will You Leave In Your Wake?
From Melissa Suzuno at Udemy, and based on a survey of 200 Learning & Development (L&D) leaders, here are the top 8 L&D priorities for 2020.
Julie Winkle Giulioni hits us up with her 2020 Vision: One Thing Leaders Must See Clearly in the Coming Year.
Last but not least, here is Christine Assaf with Looking Back: 10 Things That Have Changed the Workplace.
If you are ever in the Tampa area and want to grab a cup of coffee, let me know and I’ll meet you somewhere. – Michael VanDervort @mikevandervort on Twitter.