We're joined by Callie Zipple, Field Services Director for SHRM and host of the "Honest HR" podcast (our 3rd crossover show!). We talk about her transition from practitioner to working for SHRM, dealing with negative feedback, and non traditional wedding dance songs (Callie and Wendy bonded over this).
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We're joined by Karlyn Borysenko, Principal and Founder of Zen Workplace in the greater Boston, MA area. We talk about her journey to Organizational Psychology, the main issues her clients are having in the workplace, and about her book, "Zen Your Work," which will be released September 25, 2018.
We're joined by Chris Orozco, Team Member Relations Manager with Win-River Resort & Casino in Redding, CA. We talk about how he first got into HR, being genuine online, what he wants to do when he grows up, and Wendy gets a kick out of Chris' favorite music.
We're joined by Carlos Escobar, Learning and Talent Management Specialist with Alamo Colleges in San Antonio, TX. We talk about his the differences of working in private business and academia, being the Director of College Relations for Texas SHRM, and Carlos blows Jon's mind with his current favorite band.
We're joined by Gemma Toth, owner of All in HR Services Consulting in Omaha, NE. We talk about challenges she's encountered in her career, being part of the #SHRM18 Blog Squad, and Wendy talks about her birthday plans (don't worry, I don't sing to her).
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On August 1, @shrmnextchat chatted with SHRM Field Service Director and host of Honest HR podcast Callie Zipple, @SHRMCallieZ about Finding Your Voice as an HR Professional.
In case you missed this amazing chat filled with helpful tips and advice you can read all the tweets here:
We're joined by Dave Ryan, Director of Human Resources for Mel-O-Cream Donuts in Springfield, IL. We talk about a time before Federal Express, getting management to buy into using social media for recruiting, and how he came to be known as "The HR Czar."
It’s HERE! I feel like the dad in A Christmas Story when he gets his leg lamp…