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Today is Carnival of HR Day, a splendid celebration of writers and thinkers who create fabulous HR content.

This year, blog submissions were down. So, instead of waiting for people to send links, I’ve gone into the community and pulled some of the best articles I’ve read.

That’s right. I still read HR blog posts. Do you?

Sarah Morgan kicks off the carnival with a post about race, dialogue, and debates. www.thebuzzonhr.com/2019/01/30/blackblogsmatter-week-3-i-aint-going-black-forth-with-you/

Doug Shaw wants to know where good ideas come from? consultingartist.com/creative/practicing-part-two

Mollie Lombardi is writing about real-time pay visibility and other lessons from the US federal shutdown. www.linkedin.com/pulse/real-time-pay-visibility-other-shutdown-lessons-mollie-lombardi/

Kris Dunn writes about regrettable career decisions, bold career moves, and criticism. www.hrcapitalist.com/2019/02/the-coldblooded-art-of-owninggetting-in-front-of-huge-career-mistakes.html

Katie Augsburger offers five HR mind-shifts we all need to make. medium.com/@katie_16182/five-hr-mindshifts-we-all-need-to-make-b510cabe1df0

Dorothy Dalton thinks it’s time to KonMari your career. dorothydalton.com/2019/02/02/time-to-konmari-your-career/

Mary Faulkner walks us through her HR career journey. ia-hr.com/how-i-got-here-my-hr-story/

Lars Schmidt tells us how a CHRO should plan their first 100 days. amplifytalent.com/21st-century-hrpost/how-a-chro-should-plan-their-first-100-days

Tim Gardner writes about how he could’ve done more in his career to stop discrimination. www.performanceicreate.com/confronting-discrimination/

Kate Bischoff is doing what she does best and writing about harassment with an eye towards how we manage grief. thrivelawconsulting.com/2019/02/07/like-grief/

Kate is also doing double-duty on the Ultimate Software blog and writing about whistleblowers. blog.ultimatesoftware.com/whistleblowers-are-good-thing/

Don MacPherson describes the future of energy in America by interviewing an expert named Lauren Azar. www.12geniuses.com/12-geniuses-podcast/2019/1/28/the-future-of-energy-in-america

Joey C. Price interviews Esther Weinberg and asks, “Why is dignity such an important aspect of the workplace? Is lack of dignity an unintentional occurrence?” jumpstart-hr.com/180-how-to-develop-and-maintain-dignity-in-the-workplace-ft-esther-weinberg/

Fabulous blogger Sabrina Baker writes about stepping into a new HR role. www.acaciahrsolutions.com/stepping-into-a-new-hr-role-do-this-first/

Prasad Kurian writes about OD Managers and the unconscious of the organization. prasadokurian.blogspot.com/2019/01/od-managers-and-unconscious-of.html

Tim Sackett is big enough to write about himself in the third person and ask, “What Does Tim Sackett Do?” timsackett.com/2019/02/11/what-does-tim-sackett-actually-do/

Kathy Rapp wants to know if money buys happiness? fistfuloftalent.com/2019/02/money-buy-happy-employees.html

Robin Schooling tells us about her work-life balance challenges and managing the care of her aging mother. robinschooling.com/work-and-life-and-everything-in-between/

Wendy Berry gives us an overview of her 2018. wendyberry.com/more-about-my-2018/

Tracie Sponenberg asks, “HR is changing. Are you?” www.linkedin.com/pulse/hr-changing-you-tracie-sponenberg-shrm-scp-sphr/

Brad Galin writes a motivational post about not giving up. www.rollercoasterhr.com/10-percent/

Wally Bock wrote a review of Cal Newport’s new book called “Digital Minimalism: Choosing A Focused Life in A Noisy World.” www.threestarleadership.com/books/what-im-reading-now-digital-minimalism

Melissa Fairman wants you to save your sanity this time of year. melissafairman.com/save-your-sanity-this-year/

Steve Browne is writing about people, people, people, and HR. sbrownehr.com/all-the-verts/

Tamara Rasberry also has a fabulous 2018 year in review. tamaramrasberry.com/2018/12/31/2018-my-hr-year-in-review/

Mike Haberman wants to know if a new minimum wage should come with an education? omegahrsolutions.com/2019/02/should-a-new-minimum-wage-come-with-some-education.html

Renée Robson writes that your organization is drifting and you have no idea. reneerobson.com/2019/02/12/your-organisation-is-drifting-and-youve-got-no-idea/

HR Jazzy says that black blogs matter — Y’all Want to Play? hrjazzy.blog/2019/02/04/blackblogsmatter-yall-want-to-play/

John Sumser is writing about security and the HR center of excellence. www.hrexaminer.com/security-series-7-the-hr-security-center-of-excellence/

Jane Watson would like to help you understand toxic cultures. talentvanguard.com/2019/02/03/understanding-toxic-cultures/

Red Branch Media wants to tell you which social media platforms work best for your company. redbranchmedia.com/blog/social-media-platforms-work-best-your-company/

Ben Eubanks celebrates the 50th episode of his podcast. upstarthr.com/were-only-human-50-hitting-a-milestone-plus-special-guests/

Wendy Dailey talks to Aiko Bethea about #HRUprise and the conversation about HR, women, the LGBTQ+ community and other topics that will fascinate you. mydaileyjourney.com/2019/02/08/hrwonderwomen-episode-4-with-aiko-bethea/

Jonathan Segal is writing about Valentine’s Day and kindness. blog.shrm.org/blog/valentine-s-day-and-kindness

Here’s what Katrina Kibben learned by writing 60 job posts in 60 days. katrinakibben.com/2019/01/15/what-i-learned-job-postings/

John Baldino is writing about choosing happiness, excellence, and intentionality. humareso.com/2019/02/12/really-dont-care/

HR Bartender writes about the next challenge in the workforce—loneliness. www.hrbartender.com/2019/employee-engagement/loneliness-workplace/

Dan Miller at Globoforce writes about storytelling, the Grammy’s and Michelle Obama. resources.globoforce.com/globoforce-blog/michelle-obama-builds-on-storytelling-theme-at-grammys

Claire Petrie also revisits 2018. clairepetriehr.com/2018/12/31/2018-revisited/

Dave Ryan writes about ageism and being a white guy. www.performanceicreate.com/ageism-a-white-man-intro-to-discrimination/

Ginny Engholm writes that the future of content marketing is female. managingeditor.com/future-of-content-marketing-feminine/

Carlos Escobar helps us to be more patient, say thank you, and contribute a little more to the world. cescobar.com/2019/02/01/5-reads-how-to-be-a-more-patient-person-say-thank-you-no-excuses-how-to-exclude-people-from-projects-and-more/

Achievers submitted an interview with Lauren Brittingham of BayHealth Medical Center. www.achievers.com/blog/2019/01/a-recognition-moment-an-interview-with-lauren-brittingham-of-bayhealth-medical-center/

William Tincup shares the top 25 reasons the HCM industry wants Workday to implode. www.linkedin.com/pulse/top-25-reasons-hcm-industry-wants-workday-implode-william-tincup/

Paul Hebert believes that ageism is real and it’s your fault. fistfuloftalent.com/2019/02/ageism-real-fault.html

Madeline Laurano gives us a look ahead at talent acquisition. www.aptituderesearchpartners.com/2018/12/07/talent-acquisition-a-look-ahead/

The Recruiting Animal interviews Robert Smith, not from The Cure. www.blogtalkradio.com/animal/2019/02/06/robert-smith-partner-at-rockstarfindercom

The folks at Limeade want you to know why they love Tim Gunn. Spoiler alert: he’s keynoting their conference. www.limeade.com/2019/02/why-we-love-tim-gunn/

Jeanette Bronée wants you to create remarkable relationships. pathforlife.com/create-remarkable-relationships/

Yvonne LaRose writes about OD and Title VII Consulting. consultantdesk.blogspot.com/2019/02/od-and-title-vii-consulting.html

Greg Poulin gives us an article about HR and benefits trends for 2019. medium.com/@goodlyapp/latest-hr-myth-busted-by-human-resource-experts-14b67e05a1a3

Nicole Roberts wants to motivate us and tells us to do it, anyway. hrwithoutego.com/2019/01/09/do-it-anyway/

Ryan Estis shares the traits of mindful leaders. ryanestis.com/personal-growth/the-mindful-leader-inside-ey/

Neil Morrison leaves us with this thought: we need to embrace the truths that hurt. change-effect.com/2019/02/11/we-need-to-embrace-the-truths-that-hurt/

Like what you read? Want to read more? Check out the Carnival of HR twitter account and write something interesting for next month’s edition!

One Response to Carnival Of HR: February 2019 Edition
  1. Sandrine Bardot Reply

    Great selection, Laurie !
    All the way from Abu Dhabi, here’s my submission, expressing my love for my job in C&B : compensationinsider.com/love-letter-to-cb

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