For as long as I’ve been in and around HR, I’ve heard HR professionals bemoan the fact that they don’t have a seat at the table.
But when I look around, I see plenty of strong HR leaders driving change and moving their organizations forward, both inside and outside of the C-Suite.
Is it just a matter of competency or personality that determines who ends up in positions of leadership?
On today’s episode, our guest Bruce Waller says that no one gets a seat at the table by accident.
And there are specific strategies professionals inside and outside of HR can employ to sell their ideas and create more influence inside their organizations.
During this thirty-minute episode, the speakers talk about strategies that will help you sell yourself, your ideas, and create more influence for you in the workplace… starting with building trust.
About our Guest:
Bruce Waller is the Vice President of Corporate Relocation for Armstrong Relocation and Companies in Dallas, Texas. Bruce has enjoyed many roles in relocation from operations to general management for over 25 years, and currently arranges services for organizations that need to relocate talent across the US and abroad.
Bruce is a former President and Chairman of the Board for DallasHR, the 3rd largest SHRM chapter in the US and currently serves as a Director of Leadership Development for Texas SHRM State Council. Bruce is certified by both HRCI (Human Resources Certification Institute) with a PHR, and SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management) with a SHRM-CP.
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