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Top 10 HR Influencers on Social Media

HR Influencers

Listening to the thoughts of top leaders is always inspirational. If you are looking to improve your team’s skills or company culture, following HR influencers on social media is the best way. Social media is the current trend in every industry these days. Thought leaders utilize this platform to share their opinions on various topics like best recruitment practices, news about HR industry and much more.

In this article, we are talking about top 10 HR influencers to be followed on social media.

1) Penelope Trunk

An accomplished author and businesswoman, Penelope owns Quistic, an education company. Her blogs always inspire and educate. Follow her @penelopetrunk

2) Adam Grant

Adam is an achiever at a young age of 36. A top-rated professor at Wharton, he is also a bestselling author. Adam shares his thoughts on LinkedIn about various topics such as gender bias, generosity, leadership, and creativity.  His writing style is loved by people as it is quite engaging and well-researched. Follow him @AdamMGrant

3) Whitney Johnson

Whitney writes on topics related to career disruption. She has helped many companies undergo change through personal disruption. Her regular posts on LinkedIn have proved to be beneficial for readers in accelerating their career growth. Follow her @johnsonwhitney

4) Jason Buss

Jason holds a strong experience in the HR industry. He works with MongoDB as VP, Global Talent Acquisition. Also the owner of Talent HQ, he is an author and publishes motivational content. Follow him @jjbuss

5) Sallie Krawcheck

Sallie has worked as CEO for various leading financial institutions. She works towards redefining goals for women at the workplace. Being the owner of Ellevest (a professional network for women), Sallie gives valuable advice on LinkedIn and is followed by millions. Follow her @SallieKrawcheck

6) Mark Stelzner

Mark owns JobAngels and is also a leading HR consultant. His thoughts are quite influential and his LinkedIn profile is full of new concepts and ideas. Follow him @stelzner

7) Laszlo Bock

Laszlo has worked with top companies like Google, McKinsey & Company and General Electric. He works with one aim i.e to make the workplace a fun place for employees. His book ‘Work Rules!’ is a bestseller and helps employees in making their work more meaningful to them. Follow him on twitter @LaszloBock2718

8) China Gorman

China is a renowned speaker and thought-leader who is also the CEO of Great Place to Work. If you want to create a difference in your company culture. Follow China @ChinaGorman

9) Joel Peterson

Joel is a noted professor in Stanford and writes articles on career development, organizational behavior and trust. His LinkedIn posts are worth reading. Follow him @joel_peterson

10) Alexander Kjerulf

Apart from being the founder of Woohoo inc, Alexander is also the Chief Happiness Officer of the organization. He is one of the best experts on ‘how to stay happy at work’. Also an author, his book ‘Happy Hour is 9 to 5’ has been well received by people across the world. Alexander conducts workshops at conferences and businesses in more than 30 countries. Follow him on twitter @alexkjerulf