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Alison Green writes the popular Ask a Manager blog, where she dispenses advice on career, job search, and management issues. She's also the author of Managing to Change the World: The Nonprofit Leader's Guide to Getting Results and former chief of staff of a successful nonprofit organization, where she oversaw day-to-day staff management, hiring, firing, and employee development. She now teaches other managers how to manage for results.
CAREEREALISM.com provides timely, honest answers to today's toughest career questions. Only 'approved' experts who meet a set of professional criteria are able to contribute to the site, ensuring readers get refreshingly real advice from proven advisers. Using the latest online technologies, the site also offers tools and resources, including free webinars and tutorials, to help job seekers get up-to-speed on the best way to find work and advance their careers. Visit them today at CAREEREALISM.com.
Dan McCarthy has been a practitioner in the field of leadership development for over 20 years. He's currently the Manager of Leadership and Management Development at a Fortune "Great Place to Work", "Training Top 125", and "High Impact Learning" (HILO 80) company. Dan has a Master's degree in Human Resource and Organizational Development and has held management positions in both HR and training. His award-winning blog, Great Leadership, is about leadership development, and talent management.
Erik Samdahl has been working and writing on the Internet in various fashions for over ten years. Currently a part of the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), the largest vendor-free network of corporations focused on improving productivity, and runs The Productivity Blog, which features articles on human capital trends and topics. Along with i4cp’s staff of writers and researchers, Erik is looking to heavily increase the volume and quality of the blog over the coming year.
Between making copies in the copy room and taking questions in the board room, Jacqui Tom (a.k.a The Office Newb) offers you the latest tips, insights and stories about being the new kid at the office. Each week she combs the web for the latest research, news, stories and personal anecdotes related to corporate life. Hopefully it will make you laugh, cry and give a little extra thought to who you are and what you do. Jacqui currently works as a Web Writer in Seattle.
Jane, a women’s personal development specialist, works with people to achieve their full potential. Her experience includes helping children cope with loss and trauma, running groups for offenders, working in psychiatric care, as well as individual one-on-one coaching with executives of major organizations. Visit her website and read her book "When Work Isn't Working - A handbag guide to a great work life." Find out what you can achieve with Jane’s women's executive coaching!
Lance Haun is a Human Resources Generalist practicing in the field for the past 5 years and a proud product of the Washington State University School of Business. His professional interests include recruitment, team building, training and development, employee relations and restraining himself from beating the crap out of bad managers and employees. In his spare time, he likes to recreate outdoors in the beautiful Northwest U.S. with his flawless wife and tell stories about his co-workers with friends over a beer after work. Visit his blog!
Lisa Rosendahl, SPHR is the voice behind Simply Lisa and has over 15 years of professional HR experience. Lisa holds a bachelor's degree from Gannon University and masters degrees from Webster University and the University of Pennsylvania. She is recognized as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) from the Society of Human Resource Management. With 10 years of military service in the U.S. Army and progressive HR leadership roles in public, privately held and now federal organizations, she brings a unique perspective to the business of HR. Lisa lives in the central Minnesota area with her husband and daughter.
Roberta Chinsky Matuson, President of Human Resource Solutions and Job Search Mentor, has helped companies align their people assets with their business goals for over 20 years. She is considered an expert in generational workforce issues. Sign up for her monthly newsletter “HR Matters” on employee engagement, productivity and profitability. Be sure to read her Fast Company blog, The Management Escalator as well as her Generation Integration blog. Roberta’s forthcoming book, Suddenly in Charge!: The New Manager’s Guide to Influencing Up and Down the Organization will be published in January of 2011. She can be reached at 413-582-1840 or through email.
Sharlyn Lauby, SPHR, CPLP is an HR pro turned consultant with more than 20 years of professional human resources experience. Lauby is president of Internal Talent Management (ITM Group, Inc.), a human resources consulting firm located in South Florida. She has designed and implemented highly successful programs for employee retention, internal and external customer satisfaction, and leadership development. She is the creator of the blog HRBartender, a friendly place to discuss workplace issues. So pull up a stool and order your favorite drink … the bar is always open.
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