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Some more thoughts on certifications and self-selected groups.

Yesterday I wrote about the initials that people put after their name.  It made me think about who chooses to attend certification classes: people with a personal stake in advancing themselves through the certification.   158 more words


Do you really need those special initials after your signature?

In my field there are a lot of designations that people can achieve that they then proudly display after their name:  MBA, SIOR, MCR, CRE, PMO to name a few.   220 more words


CEO Message – May

Getting the most from HRPA membership

This spring HRPA released a member handbook that explains how to get the most out of your membership—from career development and regulation to volunteering and member savings. 699 more words

CEO Message – November

New HRPA Human Resources Awards celebrate achievements of designated HR professionals

In partnership with Great Place to Work®, HRPA is pleased to announce the 2016 HRPA Designation Excellence Awards—a new awards program that celebrates Certified Human Resources Professionals (CHRPs), Certified Human Resources Leaders (CHRLs) and Certified Human Resources Executives (CHREs) who have architected people-driven business strategies that add quantifiable value to their organizations. 259 more words

Professional Regulation

Tips for using Instagram

Learn more by earning your Social Marketer Designation

  • Have a complete profile that includes your professional photo and website
  • Try various filters in Instagram as they help increase engagement…
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Designations by Blair Gaulton

Today’s beautiful can easily become tomorrow’s ugly and vice versa. Forget these labels!
(C)BJG(Blair Gaulton)Aug 2015