Finding Your Comic Book: Defining Yourself as a Professional feat. Jon and Wendy from The HR Social Hour Podcast

On this episode of Honest HR, Callie's guests are HR pros Jon Thurmond and Wendy Dailey, from The HR Social Hour Podcast to discuss networking and communication. People react differently to who you are as a person vs. who you are as a professional. They may be intertwined, but sometimes you resonate more as a person than a professional. Some people connect with puppies and others with comic books. How important—and what does it mean—to define your voice as a professional and as a whole person?Your brand is your reputation, you can blend your personal and professional interests. You're a person and a person who does HR. Key episode takeaway: "You need to be OK with your voice evolving. Who you start out as sharing can be difficult, but when you know where you want to be, and you find what you're comfortable talking about that's when you start to become successful." ----Head over to The HR Social Hour Half Hour Podcast with Jon and Wendy and listen to Callie's crossover episode, also recorded live from the SHRM Annual Conference, the Largest HR Conference for HR Professionals!---EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENINGHonest HR podcast episodes will help you build your competencies while you earn professional development credits (PDCs) toward your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification! All you have to do is listen to a full mini-series to earn PDCs! All relevant details, including the Activity IDs, are provided during the podcast recording itself.The Honest HR podcast is only one of SHRM's podcast offerings. And currently, it is the only one approved for recertification PDCs.---This episode is Part 1 of a two-part series. When you listen to all parts of the series, you are eligible to receive PDCs for your participation.

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