SHRM Talent Management Conference

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This past week I attended the SHRM Talent Conference and it was spectacular !! The keynote speakers were all solid and the concurrent sessions had depth and relevant content.

I love that people come to conferences to learn, gain skills and get professional development to do their jobs better. I also dig hearing speakers that motivate me, make me laugh and allow me to have a release from what I do on a daily basis. All of those facets of attending a conference are needed. Chances are you’ll even be asked to give a report back to your boss about the takeaways you had.

April 25, 2016

Then comes the part where you actually work in the field you studied in college, receiving a degree in human resource management and then becoming a strategist, problem-solver and proactive human resource business partner for large healthcare and real estate management companies. Where you eventually find yourself an inspired HR professional running the membership for the largest global human resource organization in the world.

April 22, 2016

Hear Joey V. Price’s interviews with Tim Sackett, Steven Rothberg, Jim Knight, Elissa O’Brien, Max Dubroff and Dee Ann Turner from SHRM Talent Management Conference & Exposition over on the Business, Life, and Coffee Podcast:

April 22, 2016

 

                       
 

I’ve been pretty outspoken throughout the years about the lack of great Talent Acquisition conferences on the national stage.  There are some great local and regional recruiting conferences, like Recruit DC, Talent 42, Minnesota Recruiters and, of course, the Michigan Recruiters Conference.

April 20, 2016

 

More than 50 concurrent sessions at the Society for Human Resource Management’s 2016 Talent Management Conference & Exposition in Orlando covered timely issues on attracting and retaining employees. Here’s a sampling of thought leadership from speakers.

 “Great vision without great people is irrelevant.” — Rona Borre, CEO of Instant Alliance, whose presentation was Aligning Recruiting Strategy with Business and HR

April 20, 2016

Then comes the part where you train to be a professional musician, receive a degree in Vocal Performance & Education, and then find out you have to actually be good at it to make a living. Where after a few years of substitute teaching, you land a part-time job at the Hard Rock Cafe, where you get to look and act however you want — to embody a rock and roller — and then you find out how good you are at training, and run with it.

April 19, 2016

 

Going to a conference can be intimidating especially if you are first-time attendee. Not knowing where to go and not knowing another soul at an event can be lonely so here are some tips that will not only make your conference experience more enjoyable but also hopefully less stressful!

1.       Have a Plan. To make the most of your time at a conference it is important to have a plan for example, what sessions do you want to attend and/or what exhibitors do you want to talk you.

April 13, 2015