Bold Leadership Through Strategic Resources The COVID-19 pandemic has propelled many into involuntary leadership action over the last two years. Navigating daily regulation inconsistency while addressing changes in the work-from-home policy along with tempering the hiring and retention challenges of the Great Resignation has made Human Resources the busiest department in every organization. SHRM's Cause The Effect campaign is bringing attention to these unforeseen adjustments in the profession. Barely having time to catch one's breath is enough to keep any HR professional on the defensive.
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Monday, is a holiday to celebrate and serve. The timing of Dr. Martin Luther King’s birth is magical as it is a reminder and a call to action early each and every New Year. An early checkpoint and time to re-set and re-think. Over his shortened years King had so many wise words. He was a true #CausetheEffect guide. So many of his quotes are worthy of a repeat, some of my favorites will be included here. I start with a core query, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'”
The butterfly effect can be described as an insect flapping its wings in one part of the world and due to the associated minute alteration in air pressure, eventually causing a monumental weather event in a location across the globe. A choice made now, an action taken, words spoken – all will alter, in unforeseen ways, outcomes that are far beyond immediate circumstances. According to this phenomenon, we can never truly know which specific actions actually have consequences. (Deaton, 2020). Some will and some won’t and we have to accept this uncertainty.