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Stay a Step Ahead With 5 Key Skills

October 1, 1997
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HR professionals at all levels have moved from being administrative officers to strategic internal consultants on HR issues. This role requires enhanced skills. Learn what they are and how to get them.
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Insight Is More Than What Meets the Eye

September 1, 1997
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As HR professionals, we're in desperate need of a tool that helps us see-beyond the obvious. That tool is insight.
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In This Ballpark, HR Is the Name of the Game

September 1, 1997
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Irene Tanji, director of human resources, for the Los Angeles Dodgers, has taken on all the challenges, from staffing a stadium that hosts more than 40,000 fans a night, to catering to the team's ethnically diverse customer base.
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HR -- Center Stage at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

August 1, 1997
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Anne Alexander, director of HR at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, explains that with more people looking to get in than at a Rolling Stones concert, recruitment is never an issue.
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HR Goes to Court

July 1, 1997
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From helping with investigations to preparing for depositions, from planning what to say and knowing what to wear, HR is key to winning a legal case.
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Who Are HR's Customers

June 1, 1997
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In today's business world, your CEO should become your No. 1 customer. But you still have others to serve as well.
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How To Sell Your Value

June 1, 1997
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Looking to get the attention of your senior executives? See how to become a better salesperson and successfully push the HR agenda.
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The CEO Needs You. Are You Delivering

June 1, 1997
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Now more than ever, CEOs are ready to buy what HR is selling. But in order to close the deal, you need to articulate a vision, speak in executive terms and make your boss your No. 1 customer.
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Guarding the People Factor Behind Prison Walls

June 1, 1997
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HR professionals at the California Department of Corrections not only must do their job well, but live with the possibility that mayhem can occur at any moment. James E. Libonati, assistant deputy director in the Office of Personnel Management describes a
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