Woman and Work ~ HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 4.11 March 15, 2013 In this week’s feature Personal Questions: Women & Work, Heather Bussing pens an inspiring article about her experience in business as a woman, and how we might all approach our work in a way that isn’t constrained by gender or business as usual. It’s a great story with the kind of insight regular readers expect from Heather. Dr. Todd Dewett returns to the HRExaminer Editorial Advisory Board in good spirits with Sometimes You’re Just an Idiot. John Sumser has articles on Measurement, and how Happiness Breeds Happiness. Heather Bussing wraps up our issue with a follow-on to her feature article with 5 Links: Women and Work. Enjoy!  
Personal Questions: Women & Work by Heather BussingPersonal Questions: Women & Work by Heather Bussing “It’s time to rethink our time, our work, our days, our values, and how we want to spend our lives. It’s time to design our relationships with our fears, our jobs, our families, our companies, and each other, in richer and more interesting ways. ” – Heather Bussing Read Now »
 
5 Links: Women and Work5 Links: Women and Work I’m filling in for John Sumser on this week’s 5 links. Here are some additional resources to my piece on Monday, Personal Questions: Women and Work. Thank you for all your comments, shares and tweets. Your attention and kind words are precious gifts. Read Now »
 
Happiness Breeds HappinessHappiness Breeds Happiness We’re wired to transmit information from brain to brain. And, we can reprogram the fundamentals. This was a part of an amazing talk given by Shawn Achor as the opening keynote for the Ultimate Software User Conference. Read Now »
 
MeasurementMeasurement “Measure twice, cut once” is the way that carpenters deal with this obvious fact. No system of measurement is precise enough to guarantee sound decision making from a single glance. Read Now »
 
Sometimes You're Just an Idiot by Dr. Todd DewettSometimes You're Just an Idiot by Dr. Todd Dewett “I don’t care who you are, sometimes you’re just an idiot. We are all imperfect. You, me, everybody. Sometimes it is easy to forget this truth. ” - Dr. Todd Dewett Read Now »
 

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