Normally I use my Friday post to recap the week. I discuss the motivation behind my posts, I cite source materials, and I give thanks to those that supported my efforts. Today I’m skipping ahead to the thanks, and then I’m taking a break from blogging.
I’m going on hiatus because I’ve discovered that, if I don’t do so, then my blogging suffers. I really enjoy writing and engaging with the audience around my work. I also take a lot of pride in it. If I don’t consistently give my best then I feel as if I’ve let myself and the readers down. That’s not my style, so rather than force myself to deliver sub-par work, I’m going to take some time to refresh my creative stores. When I come back I’ll be able to give you what I believe to be thought provoking, substantive, and sometimes funny insights into Human Resources and the world of work.
In the meantime, I want to say thank you to…
- Lisa Macabu for her HR Interview contribution this week. It was good to catch-up with a former New Yorker and see how well she’s doing.
- The students, faculty members, and SHRM members that have reached out to me regarding the ‘Welcome to the Future 2013’ e-book project. I appreciate the time you took to speak with me, as well as spreading the message about the project!
- The readers at large, with a special thank you to those that retweeted, gave me +1s, commented, and otherwise shared my work with their network. I appreciate that you found my work worthwhile enough to do so.
- Those in the various LinkedIn groups I’ve been engaged with. I’ve had the pleasure of being involved with several great discussions in recent weeks about the state of the Human Resources profession. Whether or not we agree, I appreciate your thoughts and ideas about how the practitioners can be better. I look forward to continuing the conversation!
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