My #SHRM19 Top Ten

10. Brunch at Mon Ami Gabi, Paris Hotel 9. Saturday dinner at Joyful House Chinese. Almost 30 friends, old and new, joined us for an HR Social Hour dinner. 8. Twitter Take Over! I had a lot of fun taking over the Twitter account for TicketsAtWork. Jon and I have started talking about adding this …

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Dare to Lead: Brene Brown

Last year, when SHRM announced their first keynote for the 2019 conference would be Brene Brown, I knew I wanted to return to the conference (even if it is in Las Vegas). I've read her books in the past - and listened to Dare to Lead earlier this year. There's just something about listening to …

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We Cannot Fear A.I. with @beneubanks at #SHRM19

A.I. (artificial intelligence) has been a topic of conversation in the HR world for a long time. We want to automate some processes, but we also have employees who worry about their role if some processes are automated. What happens in recruitment if screenings are done by AI? What if staff are able to get …

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Why Control of Your Personal Brand is Important for Employee Engagement.

As part of my SHRM blogging, I was invited to do a Twitter Take Over with TicketsatWork. I scanned the schedule to see if there was a session that would be a good match for the employee engagement that TicketsatWork supports. I had planned to attend a Personal Brand session with a speaker I had …

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Delivering Happiness, One Culture at a Time.

It was Sunday afternoon at SHRM19 and I was kind of thinking down time sounded good. Jon and I were done with our keynote event, we had spent time in the bloggers' lounge saying hello to old and new friends. I was hanging out with my #HRWonderWomen partner Anne and she invited me along to …

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Finding Your Voice

On June 23rd, 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, …

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Getting it wrong to get it right

On June 14, my husband and I attended the first Pride event in Brookings. We live in a small town (in a state that ranks towards the bottom of support for the LGBTQ+ community) and the number of people who came out was awesome. They had a panel discussion, which from our seats was hard …

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