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iThe Leading Edge-i-Be an HR Advocate

December 1, 1998
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As vice president of human resources for VF Corp., Susan Larson Williams describes her transition from law into HR, and how she leads her HR team with a sense of diplomacy and team cohesiveness.
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iThe Leading Edge-i-Leaving a Legacy of Trust

November 1, 1998
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Lillian R. Gorman, in the top HR spot at Edison International, has a unique insight into building a team and leaving an HR legacy.
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Aristotle's Advice for Business Success

October 1, 1998
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Tom Morris, a modern-day business philosopher, discussed such time-tested ideas as truth, beauty, goodness and unity, and why HR professionals can benefit by tapping the wisdom of the ages.
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IThe Leading Edge-I-Painting A Vivid Picture of HR

October 1, 1998
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Janet M. Brady, VP of HR, for Clorox, describes her leadership style. It's based on painting vivid pictures so that people can visualize the future.
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What Color Is HR’s Parachute

September 1, 1998
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Career planning guru Richard Nelson Bolles speaks out on HR, today’s business trends -- and helping people.
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A Day in the Life of HR1998

June 1, 1998
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This special report will show you from several different points of view just how dynamic, challenging and rewarding the average day in HR can be.
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A Day in the Life of Jim Thomas Moving HR from Control to Service

June 1, 1998
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Workforce spent the day with Jim Thomas, who heads the HR function at Denver International Airport. All day long, his work alternated between administrative tasks and strategic ones; between directing employees and supporting them. Here are some of the highlights.
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The Dumbest Questions Asked of HR by CEOs

June 1, 1998
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We know—there are no dumb questions. Well, actually there are—and some of them are asked by CEOs.
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The Dumbest Questions Employees Have Asked

June 1, 1998
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HR professionals were more than happy to volunteer some of the dumb questions that employees have asked.
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