Conferences and events have been crucial to my sense-making of change over the years. I have been attending them as a speaker, delegate, blogger and sponsor! If you are looking for some reasons to attend a virtual conference, here is my experience soaked five.
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The disruptions of COVID-19 have brought new challenges to our communities, our workplaces, and our profession. HR professionals have been the first responders of the workplace in the midst of the global pandemic as we grapple with new data and directives about the novel coronavirus that can change by the day.
On July 10, @shrmnextchat chatted with #SHRM19 attendees (and all those who watched all the action via social media) about #SHRM19 and what Happened in Vegas, what they learned and how the overall experience contributed to their personal and professional growth.
If you missed this excellent chat, you can read the tweets HERE or below.
The SHRM 2019 Annual Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas will go down in history as one of our best ever with 25,000 attendees from 96 countries, 1,534 international representatives, 900 volunteers and 650 exhibitors.
Thousands of HR professionals have returned to their workplaces re-energized with new ideas and solutions to make work better.
The mantra of virtually every CEO is that “people are our most important asset.”
HR naturally aims to support this vision by developing people through an employee training and development program.
This #SHRM19 interview is with SuccessWorks, a company that providers employee engagement and development solutions. Below is a quick Q&A with Beverly and Jackie, the founders of the organization.
This a 2019 SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition Interview #SHRM19 Interview is with The House of Purpose, a people development firm that specializes in the use of emotional technology and research to better productivity. Below is a quick Q&A with the CEO and Founder, Javier Santos.
Do you have an intentional leadership development strategy?
As Henry Ford once said, “The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay.”
I must admit coming into a national conference for the first time was somewhat daunting for me. There was not a feeling of nervousness, but more of a fear of being overwhelmed. Knowing that there’s going to be tons of information given in just a few days, I wanted to come in with a clear objective. What area can I focus on that I can bring back home and start a conversation about implementing some of the things I learned.
You may or may not have noticed that I have taken some time off from writing lately. I have done a few pieces for a new concept at SHRM #NotionsByNicole found here.