Are You Following the Right HR Industry Thought Leaders?
To stay on top of industry news, recruiting/HR trends, and best practices, it’s best to not only be socially involved but also be actively seeking advice. You may be asking, “From whom?”
The answer: HR thought leaders. These influencers’ insights and expertise help assist and align even the most inexperienced teams within their industry. The following four successful HR and recruiting professionals are not only well-versed on the ins-and-outs of talent management, but each takes their own unique approach to assessing problems and opportunities.
- Gautam Ghosh is an active member on the HR team at Phillips in India. Previously featured as a Social Media Thought Leader on Forbes, Gautam maintains multiple blogs where he shares key advice on the professional use of social media for HR. Take a minute and connect with Gautam on twitter @GautamGhosh!
- As an HR professional turned consultant, Sharlyn Lauby truly knows her way around Human Resources. Sharlyn maintains a personal blog, HR Bartender, where she encourages professionals to discuss and share their thoughts in a safe environment. In one of her more recent articles, Sharlyn writes about getting the most from your employees. Follow and chat with Sharlyn @sharlyn_lauby or @hrbartender!
- Matt Charney started his career as a corporate recruiter and has since transitioned to positions in both marketing and HR. He is currently the Managing Editor for RecruitingDaily, as well as their flagship publication RecruitingBlogs.com. You can follow Matt at @MattCharney. Check out his most recent article about the 3 questions recruiters need to be asking in job interviews.
- Paul Hebert is known for his knowledge of incentives and performance motivation. As Vice President of Solution Design at Symbolist and contributing writer on the Fistful of Talent blog, Paul shares his thoughts on HR and it’s position in business.
Have you been following these HR thought leaders? Which influencers do you listen to? Please don’t hesitate to share your thoughts in the comments below!
This post was written by Joy Galia Meyouhas