Tag Archive: early-career professionals

Fostering Mentorship Within Your Institution as a Higher Ed HR Pro

January 8, 2020 8:36 am

The clean slate of each new year ushers in a wave of resolutions for those who want to improve an area of their professional or personal lives. One common resolution is to give back, which often takes the form of monetary contributions. However, another way to meet this resolution on a professional level is to... View Article

Support the Development of Your Early-Career Employees With Stretch Projects

July 22, 2019 2:03 pm

At the recent CUPA-HR Association Leadership Program in Tempe, Arizona, 12 early-career higher ed HR professionals began their year with CUPA-HR’s Wildfire program, and 10 recent graduates of the program shared project outcomes as they wrapped up their year with the program: William Budding of Harvard University and Abby King of the University of Kansas... View Article

Why Would Anyone Want to Do Our Job?

May 23, 2018 9:00 am

During the years that I was the chief HR officer at the University of Georgia, my sons, Josh and Caleb, were in middle school. One night at dinner, we were having the typical conversation during which I (as the parent) was trying to pry tidbits of information from them regarding what they did at school,... View Article