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This is in response to Silence is Golden.

Friday, April 23, 2010
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Good day,

I really enjoy the article by Susan Meisinger, it was insightful, but above all it is a reminder what an HR leader should be like.

For years I witnessed many HR leaders searching for glory and recognition for their minimal efforts, at the same time I watched their personality become more aggressive, expressing behavior of that of a dictator CEO.

True HR leaders should and must be the voice of reason and they must be the ultimate diplomats for the company. When performed properly, HR leaders do receive lots of recognition from the company's staff by building strong creditability and trust and hence being extremely influential, and while they will never be in the public's eye and receive some fame, fame is NOT always a measurement for successes, especially for HR leaders.

Thank you

Sam Altawil   

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Good to see Susan writing again. 

Thanks for the great article and reminder it's what we do not who knows it that counts.

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Mary Cosgrove

What's Working Well?, LLC

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Excellent article by Susan Meisinger.  I'm glad to see her articles in your publication.

Thanks, 

Brenda Sitton, SPHR

Alcatel-Lucent

EO/AA Operations

Plano, Texas

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