In January, I participated in the first DisruptHR Orange County event. If you aren’t familiar with DisruptHR, it is a Ted-esque style event with speakers in the HR/Recruiting world speaking for five minutes with 20 slides that automatically advance every 15 seconds. For even the most seasoned of speakers it’s a bit nerve-racking. After much shuffling of speakers, I was asked to close out the night.
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HR's 'seat at the table' is something that is often waxed lyrical about, again, and again, and again. We're given 10,000 reasons why we should already be there, why we'll never get there, what you're doing wrong, what your CEO is doing wrong and why we need a HR revolution to get there.
As part of SHRM’s 2016 Annual Conference and Exposition theme of “Breakthrough” we’ve asked SHRM Members and HR professionals to share their “Breakthrough Moments.” SHRM member Terry J. Gottleib, a senior manager of Human Resources, shares her breakthrough moment and how it’s helped her gain confidence and confidence in her career.
by Terry J. Gottleib
April 28, 2016
In about two months, individuals will be heading to Washington, D.C. to attend the 2016 SHRM Annual Conference. This will be my 16th SHRM Annual Conference, and, based on my years of experience, here are the things vendors should NOT be doing as they prepare for the big event and the thousands attending:
1. Do NOT treat students with disrespect
As part of our coverage of the 2016 SHRM Annual Conference, each of the official bloggers is conducting a Q&A with one of the session speakers. The speaker I chose was Catherine Mattice of Civility Partners. Her session, “The Real World: Case Studies of Real Organizations Who Solved Their Workplace Bullying Problems” caught my eye for several reasons. First, I’m an HR practitioner, so any session that focuses on solutions to real world problems interests me. Second, workplace bullying is a topic that I believe is gaining more traction and attention.
Breakthroughs can happen in an instant, or they can be the result of a long, difficult process. They show up in many different forms – a connection, an opportunity, a new idea – and then allow us to move forward with greater ease or clarity. Breakthroughs are those distinct moments when the answer becomes clear, the picture comes into sharper focus, and we get it.
Don’t worry, this isn’t another one of those March Madness posts about employee productivity loss or the perils of workplace gambling. Are those topics important? Sure. Do I care about them right now? Not really.
Yep! That’s Scott’s actual title! It used to be just “The HR Guy”, but as Peckham grew, and his team grew, Scott had to get with the times. Basically, Scott is the CHRO of Peckham.
On February 10 @shrmnextchat chatted with the #SHRM16 Bloggers about "Bloggers and Breakthroughs at #SHRM16."
In case you missed this phenomenal chat filled with great tips and advice for SHRM Annual Conference attendees, you can read all the great tweets here:
I’m very excited to be speaking a couple of times during this year’s Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Annual Conference and Expo in Washington D.C.
Hello and Happy New Year! You may have heard that the SHRM 2016 Annual Conference & Exposition is in Washington, D.C. this year. For many of you, this will come as no surprise but this meeting is my favorite time of year. The reason for that is plain and simple--There is no bigger learning, sharing, and developmental event in HR than #SHRM16. I encourage everyone to see what #SHRM16 and the future of HR are all about
In 2015, the SHRM Foundation awarded SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition scholarships to HR professionals from each of the five regions of the U.S.—the Northeast, Southeast, North Central, Southwest Central and the Pacific West.
Edna Lugo was one of the five scholarship recipients—this is her SHRM Foundation story.
"A grateful heart is the beginning of greatness." ~ James E. Faust
This article was originally posted on Fox Business.
Joe Gerstandt is one, of a group of people, you can find here in the HR/Social Media space who call Omaha, NE home. Joe is a frequent keynote speaker on general HR topics and also in his own area of expertise on Diversity and Inclusion (D & I). Joe is also one half of the duo called Talent Anarchy. Under that banner, Joe works with his partner Jason Lauritsen. Together they speak, host conference events and write books.