Laurie Ruettimann feels There is a Special Place in Hell for HR Women Who Don’t Help Other HR Women

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You know who this is?

It’s Madeleine Albright, the first woman to become Secretary of State.

She

said, “There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.”

When I speak to HR audiences, I say that all of the time. And I mean it. In every aspect of my life, I am constantly advocating on behalf of other women. And I trust that other women are advocating for me.

Are all HR women perfect? No. But most of them are okay and deserve grace and the opportunity to grow. I have benefitted fromthe generosity of other HR women who know my flaws but continue to see my potential.

So why am I talking about this?

Read the whole post over at Laurie Ruettimann's The Cynical Girl (an FOT contributor blog).

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Laurie Ruettimann
Laurie Ruettimann is a former HR leader and an influential speaker, writer and social media expert in the Human Capital Management industry. She is also a career advisor and her work has appeared in many mainstream print publications and major news media outlets. Laurie blogs at The Cynical Girl and you can find her on twitter at @Lruettimann.

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