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The Great HR Blog Exchange

April 28, 2009

Do you ever have moments where you look back on something you did that seemed little at the time but made a big impact in your life?  One of those non-events that changed things profoundly or brought new insight and inspiration into your life?  Looking back now, I had one of those moments recently.

What did I do, you ask?  What was the monumental non-event? 


Sound crazy?  Well, I signed up for a Twitter account one year ago and then did not touch it.  I didn’t understand exactly what I was supposed to do with it.  Then, two months ago, I decided to just give it a try.  It has opened up a whole new world for me.  It has been a platform where I have met some of the most talented, smart HR professionals in this country (and beyond).  They inspire me and fuel my passion for HR.The other night was a prime example. 

I was “tweeting” with some HR pros and Steve Boese (@sbjet) threw out a great idea.  He suggested we have a blog exchange (#blogexchange on Twitter).  This would involve participants guest blogging on another blog.  The real challenge is going to be bringing our “A” game while writing in a blog style that may be quite different from our own.  Steve was asked to set up the pairings and now we are ready to go.

I am fortunate to have been paired with Lois Melbourne, the CEO of Aquire, Inc.  I am excited to have the opportunity to work with her on this blog exchange.  There are other pairings you should also check out:

HR Thoughts Talent for the 21st Century

HR Maven Nobscot’s Weblog

Steve’s Tech Blog Fusion Frames


So, come back soon to welcome Lois and see what she addes to the HR Ringleader’s blog!

One Comment leave one →
  1. April 29, 2009 11:27 am

    Trish, thanks very much for participating in the blog exchange and I look forward to your posts.

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