Who is Steve?

If you knew me and saw my office, you’d hear my iPod blaring and see my lava lamp bubbling next to my Magic 8 Ball and the sword on my wall. I also just got a bobble head made of myself! (a gift from a vendor) I only wish it was a tie dye shirt versus a blue oxford!

I’m passionate about everything I do. Honestly. I think passion and genuinely believing in people makes HR great! I’m trying my best to connect the greater HR community to social media forums, and more importantly, to each other.

You’ll find that I’m very intentional.  So, I hope you join me and we get to meet each other in person and you’ll see I’m a bit taller than the bobblehead . . .

14 thoughts on “Who is Steve?”

  1. Welcome, Steve! It’s a fun journey. And you’ll reach so many more folks this way! Your sister-in-law is brilliant. And I love the Everyday People title. I’ll follow avidly.

  2. Hi Steve!

    I have the opportunity to meet you in person and hear your inspiring words at the Licking County SHRM Meeting last month. I thoroughly enjoyed what you shared with us and hope to take your words and think differently. Thanks for the courage to think differently!

    Amy

  3. We who know you, Steve, but only occasionally see you, owe Kathi a great debt. Your blog will give me a great “fix” anytime I need an infusion of your enthusiasm and wit. I know your blog will be followed by a great many folks.

  4. We who know you, Steve, but only occasionally see you, owe Kathi a great debt. Your blog will give me a great fix anytime I need an infusion of your enthusiasm and wit. I know your blog will be followed by a great many folks.

  5. How blisteringly cool ! Steve, you’ve opened the portal to permit unleashed Browne on the masses.
    No doubt readers will gain insight but nothing matches the realization that in one – to – one, small group or large your authentic, generous self is more fully revealed. Thanks for the in – person and thanks for the opportunity to read what you care to share. If we could all act on the opportunity to discover the extraordinary, even when that act is seemingly small, we would advance so much. Appreciate your leading of the Tribe. Lead on.

  6. Thank goodness Steve Browne created this site – more people need to be infected with his passion – not just for HR, but for organizational sanity and excellence. Keep it comin friend 😉

  7. Just met Steve for the first time this morning at the GCHRA Round Table. Intentional is a great way to describe Steve and his enthusiasm is infectious. Hope to see you again at the next Round Table.

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