Welcome to the latest edition of the Carnival of HR. There is a veritable cavalcade of HR knowledge provided from a bevy of HR Subject Matter Experts ready for your perusal. Cue the Deer.
Mervyn Dinnen at T Recs wonders "Is Success Overrated?" Check out the link to find out his perspective.
Chris Young at the Rainmaker Group asks "Employee Engagement: Just How Screwed Up Is Your Team?"
Ian Welsh at Toolbox.com wonders "Could We Improve Recruiting Quality By Recording Interviews?"
Our own HR Minion, Shauna Moerke, examines career transitions and queries "Who Do You Want To be Tomorrow?"
At Lean HR, Dwane Lay asks "The Santa Claus Question."
At Envisia Learning, Wally Bock gives us "Two Simple Ways to Help Managers"
At the HR Schoolhouse, Robin Schooling gives us the skinny on "What the 'HR Community' is REALLY Talking About."
At the HR reMix, Melissa Fairman provides some life lessons in "Everyone Should Get Laid Off Once."
At Insight, Nancy Saperstone looks at "Office Politics that Work - Improve Employee Productivity."
With the 2012 American football season in full swing, Tim Gardner, in his The HR Introvert blog, looks at "One Employee's Passion is Another's Loss of Inclusion."
At Upstart HR, Ben Eubanks examines the "Benefits of Team Building."
At Julie WG, Julie Winkle Giuloni gives us the lowdown on "Creative Crossings: Where Employee Development and Career Development Converge."
At Canadian HR Reporter, Stuart Rudner warns us to "Beware the Dangers of Templates."
At Everyday People, the Godfather Steve Browne tells us to ditch the labels and "Go Tagless!!"
At Great Leadership, Dan McCarthy gives us some history in "Managing Remote Employees: Lessons from Ancient Rome and Today."
At the Curious Cat blog, John Hunter wants us to "Manage Better By Managing Less."
At Mentoring Mullarkey, Patrick Mullarkey gleans some good HR info from the Police Academy movies in "Carey Mahoney: The L&D Professional That We All Want To Be."
At her self-titled blog, Jesse Stoner gives us "The Five Steps of CRISP Decision-Making."
At Thin Difference, Jon Mertz examines "How to Navigate Life in Work - Six Considerations."
At the Inflexion Advisors blog, Mark Stelzner provides us with "7 Steps to Surviving HR Vendor Consolidation."
At Tribe HR, Paul Baribeau demonstrates no triskaidekaphobia with "13 Ways to Get Your Employees To Tune Out."
At People Equation, Jennifer Miller goes from A to Z in "26 Ways To Be A Better Boss."
Don't forget - there is a special Carnival of HR next Wednesday, September 19. It is being hosted by Ann Bares at the Compensation Cafe. So tune in next week....same time, different channel.