Tag: Feel

Do you feel like an imposter in your HR or TA Leadership Role?

Imposter syndrome impacts everyone at some point. The feeling like you don’t belong because your abilities aren’t up to par with others, or your accomplishments don’t fit the role you were given. This belief that you might be a fraud, except no one has figured it out, just yet! So, there is a couple of ways I look at this feeling of being an…

Many HR Professionals Feel Their Departments Are Not Prepared to Thrive Post-COVID – According to New Study by the HR...

Although many human resources (HR) professionals believe their departments have risen to the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic, they remain concerned about their ability to … The post Many HR Professionals Feel Their Departments Are Not Prepared to Thrive Post-COVID – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

When Trying to Switch Career Fields Makes You Feel Like D’Angelo From The Wire

Why is it so hard to transition from the field you started in? Yep, you guessed it — I’m spending my quarantine days and newfound unemployment watching The Wire, and I can’t recommend it enough. Seriously, if your boyfriend is annoying you about watching it, you should actually listen to him, because it’s amazing, like possibly-better-than-breaking-bad amazing.re I began The Wire at a very…

HR CAREER ADVICE: Never Let Your Boss Tell You How Other People Feel About You Without Forcing These 2 Questions…

Dateline: Somewhere in Corporate America. The Scene: A C-Level is telling the HR pro who reports to him what another C-level thinks about her performance (hint: it’s not glowing). The Mistake: The HR pro in question thinks that since the C-Level reporting the feedback is supportive of her (it’s the other guy with the problem, right?), and she doesn’t have to challenge him in…

HR Practices Making You Feel Bad? Check Your Habits

7 months ago, I made a personal decision to stop drinking. Although not a chronic issue, it had become a habit that wasn’t giving me the “feels” anymore. Frankly, it was making me feel “more bad than good,” so it was time to make a tweak. A habit is “a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.”…

Your Next Recruiting Goal Should be to Make Candidates Feel “Seen, Heard, and Remembered”

Earlier this month, I joined hundreds of talent acquisition pros in downtown San Francisco for Jobvite’s annual Recruiter Nation Live event (full disclosure: I’m employed by Jobvite). In addition to exchanging some new stories, the best recruiting practices, and winning strategies with our peers, I also had the great pleasure of speaking on-stage with the incredible Molly Bloom. In case you don’t know, she’s…

Teens Feel Speaking In Class is Unreasonable & Discriminatory. What do you think?

A recent article in The Atlantic brought up is seemingly troubling subject. Teens are voicing their opinion that being forced to speak up in classes is discriminatory: “in the past few years, students have started calling out in-class presentations as discriminatory to those with anxiety, demanding that teachers offer alternative options. This week, a tweet posted by a 15-year-old high-school student declaring “Stop forcing students to…

Never Let Your Boss Tell You How Other People Feel About You Without Forcing These 2 Questions…

Dateline: Somewhere in Corporate America. The Scene: A C-Level is telling the HR pro who reports to him what another C-level thinks about her performance (hint—it’s not glowing). The Mistake: The HR Pro in question thinks that since the C-Level reporting the feedback is supportive of her (it’s the other guy with the problem, right?), she doesn’t have to challenge him in this situation.  She…

Never Let Your Boss Tell You How Other People Feel About You Without Forcing These 2 Questions

Dateline: Somewhere in Corporate America. The Scene: A C-Level is telling the HR pro who reports to him what another C-level thinks about her performance (hint: it’s not glowing). The Mistake: The HR Pro in question thinks that since the C-Level reporting the feedback is supportive of her (it’s the other guy with the problem, right?), she doesn’t have to challenge him in this…

CAREER ADVICE: Never Let Your Boss Tell You How Other People Feel About You Without Forcing These 2 Questions…

Dateline: Somewhere in Corporate America. The Scene: A C-Level is telling the HR pro who reports to him what another C-level thinks about her performance (hint—it’s not glowing). The Mistake: The HR Pro in question thinks that since the C-Level reporting the feedback is supportive of her (it’s the other guy with the problem, right?), she doesn’t have to challenge him in this situation….

Our SourceCon Family – How to Make The SourceCon Conference Feel Like Home by @SourcingShannon

I remember my first SourceCon conference as if it were yesterday – except it was almost four years ago in Santa Clara, California. The leaves were finally changing color, the weather was beginning to cool, the Rangers and Tigers were battling in the ALCS and technology legend Steve Jobs had just passed away. With the release of the iPhone 4s, Silicon Valley was both…