Let’s Have a Workplace Conversation #SHRM19


A behind the scenes look at the build of SHRM Studio, the first-ever broadcast hub from SHRM’s Annual Conference and Exposition. 


Bringing you the Top HR Experts, Thought Leaders and Business Leaders Live from #SHRM19

#SHRM19 starts today with 20k+ HR and business professionals gathering to discuss all facets of work, workers and the workplace. What is the future of work? How do we shift toxic work cultures? What are the best metrics for employee engagement? These critical questions and more will be answered at the event!

To keep the conversation going – we will publish a daily array of interviews, hot takes, breaking news and roundtables with executives from some of the world’s largest companies, workplace experts, and SHRM’s leaders. 

Join us via your social network of choice as we stream via Twitter (@SHRM), LinkedIn (SHRM’s LI Page), and Facebook (SHRM’s Official FB Page).

Here are a few shows to look forward to (all times EDT):   

Sunday, June 23

9:30 am: Daily Preview Show

  • Tune in each morning for a snapshot of the hot trends and hot happenings from #SHRM19

5:00 pm: Working After Incarceration Roundtable

  • Join us LIVE for a roundtable on Getting Talent Back to Work with a criminal record in the workplace. SHRM Speaker’s Bureau expert Dr. Woody Woodward and Genevieve Martin of Dave’s Killer Bread Foundation will discuss the real-world options and tools to help HR consider this untapped talent pool.

7:00 pm: Happiness at Work Hot Takes

  • Jenn Lim will stop by and share her experiences with Zappos, and how it became a thriving example of culture as a brand.

Monday, June 24

11:00 am:  3 Ways to Impact the Skills Gap

  • John Jersin of LinkedIn & Joe Whittinghill of Microsoft will join SHRM’s Editorial Chief Tony Lee for a roundtable discussion on workforce development and the skills gap.

Tuesday, June 25

4:30 pm: How Do I Build Effective Workplace Culture?

  • Vineet Nayar of Sampark Foundation will share how transparency in communications and information sharing is crucial in building effective workplace culture.  

6:30 pm:  What is the personal and organizational cost of petty behavior?  

  • SHRM’s Chief Knowledge Officer, Dr. Alex Alonso, will discuss the “Price of Pettiness” in his just released book by the same name.  Alex will offer insights into the personal and organizational cost of petty behavior.  

Wednesday, June 26

10:45 am: How do you make money and do good simultaneously?

  • Following his keynote address, Blake Mycoskie, Founder and Chief Shoegiver at TOMS, will stop by the Studio to give us his “hot takes” on the Wednesday General Session and #SHRM19.

And, much more! Follow this discussion using the #SHRM19.

Join the conversation to Better Workplaces and a Better World!


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