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Blogger Tribe (Public Tribe)

The Aristocracy of HR (TAOHR) All-Stars Tribe is comprised of the best, brightest, and most hard-hitting HR and Social HR bloggers. If you are a HR or Social HR Blogger and you are devoted to sharing your perspectives and best-practices in HR and/or Social Media- I want you! Authenticity is a must! Let's share HR with the masses as it should be.
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The windshield was so smudged and grimy; I could hardly see out the front window in the bright sunlight. Looking for a less blurred section, I noticed friend’s...
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David Leonhardt
David Leonhardt 2 months ago
Way, way back, I thought my distance vision was getting a little fuzzy. So, I got myself fitted for glasses. This was over 30 years ago. I still recall that moment sitting in the showroom when I was staring across the street through the huge picture window and they came to me with my new glasses.

They handed them to me.

I put them on.

I opened my eyes.

POP! Everything across the street was suddenly right there in the showroom, in hyper 3D. Wow!

It turns out that my distance vision was snot just a little fuzzy. But I had developed a tolerance, I had gotten used to the view.
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Most professionals are constantly on the lookout for career advancement opportunities. After all, who wants to be stuck in a dead-end job? The desire for forward motion...
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If you’ve ever found yourself giving a long-winded, rambling interview answer, then you will absolutely benefit from learning the STAR interview...
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We all know someone with a pair of favorite jeans in the back of the closet “just in case they fit again.” No thought given to changing style trends;...
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It finally happened. No more supporting roles only for me. A director cast me as a lead. At one of our early read-throughs, the director turned to me and asked,...
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