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Diversity starts with leadership

diversity

The Voice. Where the interviewers are choosing their candidates based on the skills needed for the job and not the image.

Diversity starts with leadership

Every company says they promote diversity and every company says that employees are their most important assets. 

I just went through the job search process and I wanted to share my recent diversity experiences.

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New hire introductions, how to break the ice with your new co-workers

HRNasty, that is so hot of you to bring in donuts. Thank you!

HRNasty, that is so hot of you to bring in donuts. Thank you!

How to introduce yourself when you are a new hire

As of last week, I am a new hire. I have mentioned in the last few posts, I recently started a new job. I have the good fortune of leading an HR department for a technology company with a little over 200 employees and I am pretty excited.

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How to leverage the Seahawks and the Superbowl to increase employee engagement

Seahawks

HRNasty gettin’ flossy with the Seahawks lid I picked up after the NFC championship game to commemorate an epic HR event.

Seahawks building Corporate Culture

If a company wants to build corporate culture and bring teams together, they could not have asked for a better opportunity than this week. This week is ripe for corporate team building in any company that has football fans,

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What the Seattle Seahawks teach us about building teams

Seahawks

Legion of Boom! Is your team this tight?

Seattle Seahawks and HR lessons learned from the 2015 NFC Championship

Here in Seattle Washington, the entire city is fired up about the NFC Champions, Seattle Seahawks going to SuperBowl XLIX. I will be the first to admit that I didn’t watch too many games this year,

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Personal Brand, what will you be known for in the New Year?

Personal Brand

The first step is figuring out what you stand for.

Personal Brand 

Do you have a personal brand? When your name is brought up in personal or professional circles, what are folks saying about you? How does your manager think about you? How are you perceived by your peers? Whether we want to admit it or not,

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