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Conference Materials - Spring 2018

Spring Conference Materials - Spring 2018


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Please note that not all speakers have made materials or slides available for attendees in advance of the conference.


(as of May 24, 2018)

 

8:30 a.m. Keynote Session

Bogus Balance | Deirdre Maloney | Presentation Slides


9:45 a.m. Concurrent Learning Sessions Round One

Embrace Constraints | Sarah Waite | Presentation | Handouts

Training that Drives True Change | Leslie Holman & Janel Holden | Presentation Slides

John Maxwell's Five Levels of Leadership | Melissa Albers | Presentation Slides | Handouts

Let’s Put the FUN in Dysfunction: Managing Conflict & Working With Difficult People | Bruce Miles | Presentation Slides

5 Simple Ways You Can Use Technology to Make Better HR Decisions | Kate Bischoff & Jessica Hofrichter


11:00 a.m. Concurrent Learning Sessions Round Two

Awake@Work | Jennie Antolak | Presentation Slides

Culture Tales & Ales | J. Forrest

Cultivating a Culture You Can Be Proud Of | Betsy Baker, Callie Taralson & Clare Pitera | Presentation

The Performance Review Debate: Carnegie’s Strategic Point of View | Mike Scott & Jennifer Huber | Presentation Slides | Handout

Religion in the Workplace | Shirley Lerner | Presentation Slides

12:40 p.m. Keynote Session

HR on Purpose !! | Steve Browne 

 

NOTE FROM STEVE:

I know some of you receiving this follow-up are already wonderfully connected and a part of my network. However, I appreciate you coming to hear me present once again. Very cool of you do choose to do that !! I also wanted to make sure you had the most current ways to connect.)

 

ONE: The HR Net – When you dropped off your card, I added you to the HR Net which is a no cost global HR forum where you can post/answer HR questions and events. I send out a weekly e-mail with updates and additional HR resources like books, blogs, etc. One quirky thing is that each week I write a song parody about HR in the e-mail to keep things light and remind us of the human side of who we are and what we do.

TWO: HR Net Linked In Group – There is a group on Linked In which you can also join to further connect with folks. It’s a great way to make your network grow.

THREE: HRPositive Linked In Group – This is a group I co-founded which looks at the Positive side of what we do. It’s a great and active group where people share positive blogs and insights. I’d encourage you to join !!

FOUR: I dig that many of you already reached out to connect on Linked In. If you haven’t, please do because we’re better together when we’re the larger HR community. Here are some other places you can connect if you wish.

 

Twitter - @sbrownehr

Facebook – just friend me

Instagram - @sbrownehr

Linked In Groups: SHRM, HRPositive, HR Net

Blog – Everyday People – http://sbrownehr.com

 


2:00 p.m. Concurrent Workshops

Burnout: Everyone Knows Someone | Teresa Hopke | Presentation

Creating Alignment During Organizational Change | Christine Pouliot

Bridging the Generational Gap in HR Programming | Lanet Hane | Handout

Conflict Competency: Moving from Avoidance to Opportunity | Julie Showers | Presentation

Where Do We Go From Here? Improving Training & Facilitating Conversations about Harassment | Leondra Hansen | Presentation Slides

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