The Society for Human Resource Management have concluded our 69th Annual Conference. Ideas were shared, people spoke and exhibitors exhibited while HR Pros braved the rain and well-functioning air conditioning.
This having been my 10th SHRM Annual Conference, finding new and intriguing information was a bit of a challenge.
Points of Intrigue:
Vivek Patel's Guide to Vendor Selection
Laszlo Bock's Theory of Compensation: Pay Unfairly
The awe inspiring Ryan Estis, Steve Browne & Jason Lauritsen
Nextgen People's Exploration of Performance Management
Zen Workplace's exploration of Mindfulness in the workplace
What's the difference between attending SHRM17 & going All In?
This, we are called upon to explore.
Converting Employee Engagement into Employee Experience
We've been beating the Employee Engagement horse for a decade. She has taken us places we never thought possible, but it's time to put her our to pasture.
Where Employee Engagement was the employee's obligation to recognize and utilize organizational resources, Employee Experience focuses on the moments in-between.
What is your organization's Employee Value Proposition? In essence, what do you have to offer to ensure someone would rather work at your organization more than anywhere else?
More specifically, how can you ensure your employee's would be willing to pour their discretionary effort back into your organization?
If I've completed my tasks for the day with an hour remaining on the clock, what will I do with that time?
Snap My Chat?
Binge watch Silicon Valley on my lap top?
... or ....
Might I get more work done?
Help someone else complete their project?
Ask for a new project?
Herein lie the elements that accentuate the Employee Experience.
What am I ALL IN for?
My mission is to help organizations and individuals find their Utopian Employee Experience.
... So Here We Go ....
See you in Chicago for #SHRM18 !
Don't Forget to Remember!
Originally posted on Dave's Weekly Thought blog.