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by Helping to grow Your organization
Growing your career in Hr now means growing your career
in understanding the business of your organization
bY SANDI CArDIllo, QueeN'S IrC FACIlITATor
"Argh...it's frustrating," said Jennifer,
taking another bite of her kale and
apple salad. "He drops these articles in
my inbox as part of our new mentoring
agreement. I'm not sure how to think
"What is it this time?" Nicole, Jennifer's
friend in marketing communications,
replied. "I think it's cool you have a mentor. Not only do you get to assist your VP in
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running the talent management program
for the company, you've been chosen for
the 'rising Stars' program."
"I know," said Jennifer. "It's just frustrating to get articles about the future of Hr
and how senior leaders don't always
value what we do in an organization. I
love Hr. I love having a degree in Hr.
I worked hard for my credentials. I just
don't get it."
"Why don't you ask him?" Nicole retorted,
as she dashed off to her appointment with
the company webmaster. "He's got his
reasons. Ask him."
In my teaching and consulting practice,
Hr professionals often recount stories
like this. Someone, somewhere, makes a
disparaging remark about Hr as a "dead
end", "non-value add" or "being the
department that just gets in the way."
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of HUMAN Capital - Summer 2016
Career Crossroads – Which Path Should I Follow?
Grow Your HR Career by Helping to Grow Your Organization
Individual Career Pathing: Taking Charge of Your Own Career Path
Career Pathing Case Study: CompuCom Performance Support and Development Strategy
When Organizations Need Career Pathing Options
HR’s Future Career Path
Index of Advertisers/Advertisers.com
HUMAN Capital - Summer 2016