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September 29, 2007

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HR Wench

Leadership is service. I truly believe this.

Whenever I interact with anyone at work I lead (which I humbly consider everyone as I am the HR Dept of One) I try to remember this. It makes me want to help others help themselves, which I feel is the best I can give an employee, manager or executive. This can be done through showing them how to "drill down" a problem, understand risk or just modeling professional behavior.

I also keep in mind that as an HR professional I want employees to feel they can come to me and tell me "the bad stuff" that may be going on. Stuff I need to know about and help do something about. If they are afraid to tell me who are they going to tell? No one. Then our risk as a company increases.

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