IgniteHR: Sorry, I was texting. What did you say about situational awareness?

This presentation was given at HR Reinvention on May 18, 2016. Held annually in Omaha, Nebraska and presented by Quantum Workplace and Workday, HR Reinvention is not your typical conference—it’s what’s next for HR. Each engaging speaker, spirited discussion, and thought-provoking topic challenges attendees to change the status quo, evolve their HR programs for the better, and emerge as a fearless leader. This video gives you a look into the inspiring speakers featured at HR Reinvention and uncovers their passion and commitment to charting a new course for the future of Human Resources.

Lindsay Rai Reasner, Executive Director of Ronald McDonald House Charities Omaha, challenges listeners to consider both self and situational awareness in order to achieve success and happiness. Lindsay argues that when you consider what you’re bringing to the table and how you’re impacted by the situations around you, you can uncover who you truly are, what you’re meant to do, and how people perceive you—both as an individual and a business.


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Author: Jason Lauritsen

Jason Lauritsen is a talent strategist and innovator who will challenge you to think differently about talent and the workplace. A former corporate Human Resources executive, Jason is today the Director of Client Success for Quantum Workplace where he leads a team dedicated to helping organizations make work better for employees every day. He also leads the research team behind Quantum’s Best Places to Work program that collects survey responses from employees at over 6,000 companies each year to identify, celebrate and promote some of the best workplaces in the world. Jason is an accomplished keynote speaker and co-author of the book, Social Gravity. Some people may know him as the tall, dancing guy with Talent Anarchy.

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