We’re at an “innovate or flounder” inflection point [& what this means for HR]

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So how does HR succeed in times of crisis, chaos, and future uncertainty and build a brand that will succeed well into the future?

The first step though is to accept and embrace this new shift.

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Personal coach @ Thrive. Founded Compt & HubSpot Academy. Passionate about learning & sharing ideas so together we can reach our fullest potential.

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