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No matter what HR role you have, we want to
help you gain the knowledge that can help you do your job better and advance
your career. With so much going on in
business today, it's easy to neglect your own professional development. But don't:
It's increasingly important to invest in yourself so that you and your company
profit. The beginning of the year is good time to ask “What are your
professional goals this year and what are you doing to reach them?"
You might find some answers in a new book — Looking to Hire an HR Leader? 14 Action Tools to Help You
Decide, Find and Keep the HR Professional Your Business Needs in a Competitive
World — which is an excellent career development guide
for anyone looking to move into HR management. Written by Phyllis G. Hartman,
SPHR, and based on the author's 20+ years of business management and
consulting, the book is primarily aimed at any organization thinking about
hiring an HR leader. But the same logical path it lays out for organizations
can also help you map your journey to achieving your own HR performance goals.
You also might want to pick up Hartman's first
book, Never Get Lost Again:
Navigating Your HR Career,
which she co-authored with Nancy E. Glube. It offers practical advice, tips and
experiences and success stories from HR professional who have reached their
desired destinations. In addition, the book tackles the topics of recognizing
and managing career roadblocks and barriers and even covers how to deal with
Make this the year when you take
charge of your own career development and lay the groundwork for future
success. We hope this blog can be a resource and motivator every step of the
Let us know if you've read any good business
books lately and please share your book recommendations with your peers.
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