Want to know our secret for keeping a pulse on the HR industry? Twitter. Yep, you can learn a lot about employee engagement, wellness and this new world of work in 140 characters. In the spirit of spilling out secrets, here are the top 10 thought leaders we can’t get enough of. Follow them now for interesting articles and insights on the industry.
1. William Tincup @williamtincup – Tincup is one of the leading voices in the HR Tech world and lends his authentic voice to the more pressing issues facing the evolving HR marketplace.
"I can't wait to read your new white paper." Said no one ever. Like ever ever. No really, no one has ever said or thought that.
— William Tincup (@williamtincup) April 22, 2014
2. Lolly Daskal @LollyDaskal – Lolly is a NY-based executive leadership coach who is also a keynote speaker and author for Inc.com, Fast Company, and the Huffington Post. Her Twitter page is chock full of leadership wisdom and articles you have no choice to click on because they sound too good to be true.
— Lolly Daskal (@LollyDaskal) May 15, 2014
3. Suzanne Lucas @RealEvilHRLady – The Twitter handle says it all. HR is seen by the masses as that department in the corner that takes all the fun away. We all know that is not the case and Suzanne drives this point home from the HR fastlane.
— Suzanne Lucas (@RealEvilHRLady) March 24, 2015
4. Nisha Raghavan @TheHrbuddy – Nisha provides a holistic view of HR and employee engagement – with good research insights and her own POV.
— Nisha Raghavan (@TheHrbuddy) March 30, 2015
5. Melissa Fairman @HrRemix – Melissa offers a remix to the HR world with a goal to make “work suck less.” She exemplifies one of the Limeade values, Speak Plainly, and gives us a refreshing feed to follow.
Couldn't agree more: Dumb HR Policies That Simply Drive Employees Crazy http://t.co/on6RYUEmrg
— Melissa Fairman SPHR (@HrRemix) January 6, 2015
6. Kevin Kruse @Kruse – This New York Times best-selling author is one of the top voices and thought leaders for employee engagement. Kruse also tweets about leadership and shares practical insights you can apply to your own work life.
"If you seek first to bring out the best in others, you will bring out the best in yourself." pic.twitter.com/X4u6RQmDcp
— Kevin Kruse (@Kruse) February 7, 2015
7. Charlie Judy @HRFishbowl – Charlie believes the world of HR has become “over-engineered” and that we need to get back to the basics. Follow him for a voice that transcends the fluff language currently surrounding HR.
— Charlie Judy (@HRFishbowl) March 17, 2015
8. Shawn Murphy @TheShawnMurphy – Shawn’s insights are pure gold. He is also an @Inc Top 100 Leadership Speaker.
— Shawn Murphy (@TheShawnMurphy) February 24, 2015
9. Meghan M. Biro @MeghanMBiro – A top HR expert and contributor to @Forbes and @HuggingtonPost, Meghan believes companies need to increase employee engagement by creating “dynamic cultures.”
— Meghan M. Biro (@MeghanMBiro) November 14, 2014
10. Paul Hebert @IncentIntel – This HR guru provides the twitterverse with intentional content focused on “humanizing the organization.” If you’re interested in engagement, Paul is a must follow.
I might have to write about big data & empl engmnt. Seems all the cool kids are doing it. Oh, wait, I did… in 2013 http://t.co/eNkOL4RdvV
— Paul Hebert (@IncentIntel) March 25, 2015
Although new to Limeade, Joe is eager to find fresh insights on engagement and wellness through his interactions on Twitter. Along with his love for all things wellness, Joe is a big proponent of adaptive leadership, networking, and guacamole. Follow him @LimeadeJoe.