Update: If you want to apply to join Francis’ Coaching Circle starting May 13th, click here.
If you are currently working for a company as an HR professional, but you’d really like to make the switch to doing your own thing, check out this webinar coming up.
It’s designed to answer one of the most nagging questions: How Do I Get Clients? The right answer could set you on the way to a rewarding career.
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Update: Click here to apply to join Tracey’s Coaching Circle starting May 13th
She’ll be leading an in-depth discussion about creating the rapid-learning organization – a new take on the old idea that’s fit for the precarious COVID-19 times we face.
When I first conceived this blog and the idea of inviting other writers to contribute, I thought that I should require that the writers focus on content that was specifically Caribbean in orientation.
A few bright souls suggested that that would cut us from the world… and asked “is that a good thing?”
I not only got rid of the requirement, but I also embraced the essence of the idea.
In keeping with that sentiment, here is a very useful list of the top HR bloggers in the world. Maybe one day someone from our region wil gain the prize!
P.S. My favorite blog is “Evil HR Lady” which also appears on CaribHRNews, and is rated as number 6 on the list.
Apparently, there is a new HR conference that is coming back to the Caribbean. Last year’s version was held in Barbados.
The following email was sent to the members of the CaribHRForum discussion list by a presenter at last year’s conference — Dr. Kwame Charles.
2008 Caribbean Region Public Sector HR Conference
June 24-26, 2008
Hyatt Regency Trinidad
Port of Spain, Trinidad
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