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Just Because I was Asked: SHRM Strategic Advice

I was asked to contribute to the recent Voice of HR 2011 SHRM Strategic Advice Series. A number of great bloggers and HR thought leaders threw down some stuff for the Society of Human Resources to think about as it approaches its 2011 planning season…and beyond. I was glad, and proud, to have been asked…

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Thought Leaders: 800 is Better than 1

Joe and Jason, the guys over at the TalentAnarchy, sparked a good debate the other day about the role of Twitter and Social Media in (HR) Conferences; people have argued over whether the “unconference” is more effective than the traditional conference; and some have complained about the prominence of sponsors, vendors, and those generally selling…

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Step it Up, Lon! Even if Just for Us.

Lon O'Neil

Dear Lon (if I may), Thanks so much for inviting me to blog from the 2010 SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition. It is a privilege I’ve not taken lightly. You and your team of more than 350 SHRM employees and irrefutably one of the best volunteer organizations around provided great content at a great venue…and…

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What (the ‘f) were you thinking? A new calling for HR…

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As trusted colleague Mark Stelzner said, if you’re going to earn a couple of new luxury vehicles for giving a speech you should at least spend 30 minutes tailoring it to your audience. We heard a lot of what we’d expect to hear from Al Gore this morning at the SHRM 2010 Annual Conference, but…

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Do You Know Next? SHRM 2010 Opening Session

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The SHRM 2010 Opening Session is now in the books. 11,000 paid attendees are expected, more than 15,000 after vendors and others worm their way in. Every region in the US and some 73 other countries around the globe are represented. That’s a lot of HR people…one must shake and shiver. First of all, this…

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