At the #SHRM19 Conference, the first session I sat in, Delivering Happiness, the first question Jenn Lim asked us “what’s one weird thing that you love?” And of course, I came up with livetweeting HR conferences.
As always, the fireworks popping over our heads this Fourth of July were marvelous to behold. As for the week before that, the content at #SHRM19 was similarly crackling. While there, my fellow attendees might have been forgiven for swearing they saw the following three cartoonish light bulb–containing thought bubbles actually popping over my head…
The frenzy that is the 2019 SHRM Annual Conference has ended. The early morning sessions, the content-rich breakouts and the late-night parties have ended. And for all 25,000 attendees, what do we have to show for it? Lots.
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.
I’m back! Time for blog number two! As I mentioned in “I Survived #SHRM19,” I had a lot to reflect on post-conference! I had almost four pages of thoughts and decided to turn this into a mini blog series. So, if you haven’t read the first one yet, please do so! But also, please enjoy my top seven takeaways from the different sessions I attended during the conference.
I, along with about 20,000 others, just finished attending SHRM19. It was a full, adventurous and exhausting conference. This isn’t new. Any HR conference of this scale is hard to wrap your hands around because there are so many options available for you to choose.
I mentioned earlier that this was my 4th time attending SHRM National. I can tell you without hesitation that it was by far the BEST SHRM National conference, yet!
Many of my fellow #SHRM19Bloggers have shared their experience at #SHRM19, and I have enjoyed reading each and every post that I have seen so far.
“Just hang around people, and good things will happen!” – Steve Browne
On June 23, Jon and I had the honor of speaking at the Emerging Professionals session at #SHRM19. Check out all the Tweets that others shared here. When we were asked, at first we wondered what on earth we could possibly talk about. And then, of course, it was clear, sharing with these emerging professionals, how we found our voice & how they can find theirs.
I, along with about 20,000 others, just finished attending the 2019 SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition (#SHRM19). It was a full, adventurous and exhausting conference. This isn’t new. Any HR conference of this scale is hard to wrap your hands around because there are so many options available for you to choose.
It’s no secret that employee stress caused by finances can have a substantial impact on your business.
Compensation. Student loans. Retirement. Having enough money to take a vacation in order to post a finely crafted social media selfie with an exotic backdrop. All that stuff adds up.
Monday is underway, and that means one thing to me: Brené Brown. She's a PhD, she's a Social Worker, she's a researcher, an author, a speaker on vulnerability, shame, and courage. And her TED talk "The Power of Vulnerability" is one of the five most watched in the world, with over 35 million views. The woman is a titan. Period.