Championing HR for Humans, with guest Julie Turney
If you work in HR, you’ll recognise this. If you don’t, this may be an eye opener for you.
As HR professionals, we are the vault for a lot of secrets. We hold so much information for other people.
Life happens right in our workplaces, and HR professionals take on a big part of dealing with that. Hiring to firing – for right or wrong reasons. New life to health issues and death. Financial troubles. Harassment, discrimination. Politics.
Too often, we get little space to process that.
And it dramatically impacts the way we interact in the organisation. The way we authentically interact with other humans. Because when there’s no room to process, we feel the need to put up protective blockers that makes us more robotic; that dehumanise us.
Julie Turney, our new guest, cares for the people that care for our people every day. After a solid career in HR and corporate, she now is an HR for HR support coach: supporting the people who support the people.
Julie warmly recommends you to (re)familiarise yourself with who you are and why you entered into your HR career. To understand your HR voice. You are not defined by your organisation. You are so much more than that.
And you’re not a robot.
This is how we (re)humanise our workplaces.
Julie Turney’s podcast HR Sound-Off https://anchor.fm/hrsoundoff
Book: Confessions of an HR Pro (to pre-order now) https://hratheart.co/book/