Another #SHRM18 Report

The final day of the #SHRM18 conference started with a presentation and question and answer session by and between Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant. For those of you not familiar with Sandberg, she is the chief operating officer of Facebook and founder of Leanin.org. She is an outspoken advocate for women in the workplace and …

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Future Friday: #SHRM18 Learning and connecting

Next week the #SHRM18 conference is meeting in Chicago. I hope you will be there mingling with 20,000 or so like-minded professionals. I hope you make an attempt to meet me. I will be attending sessions, visiting the exhibit hall and writing in the Bloggers lounge. Here are some of the posts I have written …

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The Future of HR is in relationships- Four Tips for the #SHRM18 Conference

I originally wrote this for the #SHRM15 conference, but it still applies to #SHRM18 which starts next week. I have written a number of times that the future of HR is to keep the “human” in human resources. As technology advances and jobs consisting of tasks become increasingly automated the one area that will not …

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Using #SHRM18 to go from Influencer to decision-maker

This post is a replay from the #SHRM16 conference of two years ago. Although the dates and location are different, the lessons written about will apply to the #SHRM18 next week in Chicago. Pay attention. The SHRM national convention will be held in [Chicago] this month from June [17th through the 2oth].  I am once again attending …

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More networking advice for #SHRM18 attendees

When you meet someone new at the #SHRM18 conference, do you feel it is more important to come across as being competent or being charming, that is, do you exhibit your knowledge or your warmth? Most of us would like to exhibit both, but research shows that to the other person it is more important …

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Listening the correct way: An interview with Paul Endress for #SHRM18

Everyone in HR understands the importance of listening. We read about it all the time. We are trained in the value of active listening when interviewing or interacting with employees. However, I learned in a conversation with Paul Endress that active listening is not enough. To be very good listeners we need to be engaging …

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The Importance of Synching with your group per Dan Pink

No man is an Island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the Continent, a part of the main; if a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friends or of thine own were; …

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