Benjamin is a strategic thinker and people-focused leader who has demonstrated an ability to repeatedly achieve great business results at Fortune 100 companies by challenging himself to think about people and processes differently. He has demonstrated his ability to guide leadership development based on each individual's strengths, and helping leaders connect the dots. Benjamin thoroughly understands the importance of building genuine relationships in the workplace to meet business goals.
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Dreadlocks, Tattoos, and the EEOC
Many companies have instituted policies against dreadlocks and tattoos. What is your practice in handling these when they are religious based?
The Business of Ironing
Have you ever wondered why we iron our clothes? I have, and it usually is around the time when I am doing just that. Smooth, flat, pressed clothes are part of our culture. It is important in our personal life, and important in business. Friends might tease you about "rolling out of bed in those clothes", or it may impact how your colleagues view you.
On the new SHRM competency based certification
Resident blogger Benjamin Patient shares his opinion on the new SHRM certification program
3 keys to transforming the performance review
Resident blogger Benjamin Patient surmises on the three things that are missing from many companies' review strategies
What customer service principles have to do with HR
Our resident blogger Ben Patient talks about what he learned to apply from customer service