Kate Salmon of Learnography discussed the importance of a great learning and development strategy.
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...
Kristen shares her career journey and speaks about “high performers” vs “high potentials” in the workplace.
The only thing you can reliably change or control at any company is yourself and that you can do that better by stepping on the Life Scale once per month.
The annual performance review is dead. Today, the majority of the workforce is comprised of Millennials, and this generation hates to be in the dark about how they’re performing at work.
I think it is meeting a need to open up dialogue and invite innovative thinking that the HR field can find value in. It’s fun to be among peers who have a spirit of experimentation and learning rather than performing and positioning. From the YouTubes, I’ve seen I think I’ll be in good company.
Jeff is co-owner and President of EGW Associates – a 47 year old family owned recruiting and staffing firm. After his first career as a project engineer in manufacturing, Jeff joined EGW in 1996 as a technical recruiter. 20 years later he’s still recruiting – along with managing HR and the day-to-day business as president. Jeff holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University and earned his SPHR and SHRM-SCP...
Buffalo needs these type of HR soundbites to help break through the traditional monotony of day-to-day HR. It’s a bit of a shake-up that we all need once in a while. Shake-ups lead to change and change is progress.