HR Summer School

I’m excited to announce an incredible event happening this summer – HR Summer School! Organized by Ben Eubanks, This event is a global, virtual HR summit that aims to be the largest in the world. It will be live-streamed June 1st through June 5th, and registration is FREE. Register here – Unlike most of the virtual contentContinue reading “HR Summer School”

Pursuing an I/O Psychology Masters Degree (Part 1)

In 2016 I started my journey towards finding an I/O Psychology masters program. As of this past summer 2019, I’m officially a student in CSU’s Masters of Applied I/O Psychology. I’ve had a few people ask about I/O Psychology and how I came to this decision so here’s a bit of background.  A halfhearted MBA. About fourContinue reading “Pursuing an I/O Psychology Masters Degree (Part 1)”

7 Jobs That Educate You Better Than College Did

“What do you want to major in?”A dejecting, cringe-worthy question teenagers get asked by adults and the one that matters the least in my opinion.  As a mother of a teen who is contemplating her college education, my daughter and I get into plenty of arguments discussions about what she’s interested in, what she’s goodContinue reading “7 Jobs That Educate You Better Than College Did”

SQL Saturday #324 Saturday, August 2, 2014

If If you are in the Baton Rouge area, come to SQL Saturday tomorrow. Free event. Lots to learn. I’ll be speaking about “Interview Tips for Managers” (what you should and shouldn’t ask, etc.) If you’re in the tech field, you definitely need to be there, big event, tons of networking. Stop by and say hi.

Best Blog Posts of 2012

I collect words of wisdom to help my professional development. Here’s a look back at some that really were worth the CTRL+C & CTRL+V. Here they are: When I think about my own experiences where I was not a cultural fit, the friction and tension I felt was rooted in the desire for acceptance andContinue reading “Best Blog Posts of 2012”

We can’t all be cheerleaders…

photo credit: crawford orthodontics via photopin cc  When I was in 8th grade I decided that I was going to try out to be a cheerleader.  Having never done this before, I was always in sports, but never anything so girly as Cheerleading.  And at the time I was a black lipstick and nail polish wearing, constantly in cut offContinue reading “We can’t all be cheerleaders…”