Do HR Differently

Keep the love and leave the hurt with these 5 practices to increase diversity, equality and justice at work
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You're an entrepreneur or a non-profit leader on a mission to change the world.  You're expanding your work, building your team and looking for a framework that will support your people as you grow.
But. . .the traditional framework for managing staff leaves you feeling icky, unconnected and not true to yourself or your mission.  Top-down, hierarchical, dictatorial structure isn't working for you or your team.  You know there must be a better way.

Good news!  There is a way to find alignment between your desire to be yourself, to connect with your team and to increase your organization's impact.  Keep the love and leave the hurt by cutting down on confusion and miscommunication, clarifying goals and expectations and bringing your team together in safety, health and vitality. 

So I say F*UCK traditional HR, let's do it a different way
I'm sharing with you the five practices that I have come to understand as the foundation that supports having a healthy team through diversity, equality and justice at work.  These practices create an environment of safety and resilience that not only increases your impact, but also helps the bottom line by keeping your people with you for the long run.
Ready to get started?
When you sign up, you'll receive an email from me with all 5 practices.  The email includes a video introduction, an equality challenge and resources that you can use to learn and grow your leadership skills as an employer. 

You'll love this if-
You're an impact-driven female or gender expansive leader, growing your organization to more than 10 employees in the next year 

You'll hate this if - 
You think that things are working great in the world of work and you don't understand why anyone would want to change anything
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Candice Elliott, HR Nerd and CEO, helps impact-driven female and gender expansive leaders grow their team with values-aligned HR best practices.  She focuses on increasing employee retention, making work more meaningful, and of course saving $$.


During the Pandemic, she supported the small business and non-profit community by giving 100s of hours of assistance to help meet the challenges of the changing world of work. Today she mentors leadrers in her 3-month Groundwork program to lay a foundation for success as they grow and she helps organizations establish equitable and transparent systems of pay.


She is a mom, loves the outdoors and when she's not helping increase diversity, equality and justice in the workplace, you'll find her adventuring in her home, the unceded land of the Awaswas speaking peoples so called Santa Cruz, CA.

Let's Do This!