Ralph Kellogg

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Ralph Kellogg serves as the Assistant Vice President of Human Resources for Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska.

Ralph has his SHRM-SCP, and the SPHR designations. Ralph has a bachelor's degree in human resources from Bellevue University, as well as a Master's in Business Administration from Bellevue University and an M.S. from Creighton University.

Kellogg is an advocate in the areas of LGBTQIA rights and belonging at work, and frequently speaks to and consults with organizations on the subjects of authenticity, and how leaders can help team members who are challenged by anxiety and panic within the workplace.

Kellogg has had articles published in Forbes.com, the Society for Human Resources Management Blog, and the HR Gazette.

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Articles by Ralph Kellogg

It is likely that at some point you will be selected for a high-profile assignment or project. Prominent opportunities are presented as a way for employees to make a significant mark within the organization and to highlight their skills and abilities to executive leaders.

February 16, 2022

You have fallen out of love with your job. No amount of date nights, second chances, or counseling services will make the situation right. You figure that it is time to move on to greener pastures, but is it?

December 8, 2021

When I began my career, employees were told to leave their personal lives at the door. Bringing personal problems into the office was considered unnecessary at best and unprofessional at worst.

October 19, 2021

You have fallen out of love with your job. No amount of date nights, second chances, or counseling services will make the situation right. You figure that it is time to move on to greener pastures, but is it?

There are ebbs and flows to every relationship, and jobs are no exception. What attracted you to your current position — challenging assignments, a fun work environment, money — may no longer be enough to keep you interested and satisfied. However, before mentally checking out and looking for a new position, make the following considerations.

August 24, 2021