The 2015 edition of the SHRM Annual Conference and Expo is now just a little over a week away. As you begin your preparations to converge on Fabulous Las Vegas next weekend, amidst deciding which comfy shoes you’re going to bring (and maybe some not-so-comfy ones for the evening hours), packing sun block for the…read more
We’re just a few weeks out from the 2015 SHRM Annual Conference, happening this year from June 28th – July 1st in the mecca of all conference meccas, Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada. Vegas tends to be rather polarizing as far as conference goers are concerned; most either love attending conferences there, or despise it. I’m personally…read more
Transformation The theme of the 2014 SHRM Annual Conference, and one that manifested in a number of ways throughout the course of the four days. The keynote speakers touched on it. Many of the concurrent and Smart Stage sessions reinforced it. But the question is, did the HR professionals that attended walk away ready to…read more
This weekend I’ll be heading to Orlando for the #SHRM14 Annual Conference and Expo. Many of you may be joining me; for some of you it may be your first time, others of you may be SHRM Annual veterans. No matter if it’s your first time or tenth time attending, I ask you this question:…read more
For the next week, as thousands of HR professionals from around the country and world converge on Chicago for the 2013 SHRM Annual Conference and Expo, Women of HR will be joining them and featuring all things SHRM Annual related… As I mentioned here yesterday, this weekend I’ll be heading to Chicago for the #SHRM13…read more
This weekend I’ll be heading to Chicago, IL for the 2013 SHRM Annual Conference and Expo, running from Sunday, June 16th though Wednesday, June 19th at McCormick Place in downtown Chicago. I am fortunate and honored to have been invited to be a part of the #SHRM13 Social Media team, and will thus be attending to cover the events of the conference, share information, and generally help build excitement around the event.
Here in Louisiana we’re mighty proud of our unique and fascinating culture. When designing the overall program content for the 2013 Louisiana SHRM State Conference which will be held on April 8/9 in Baton Rouge, it seemed like a natural fit to explore another type of culture – organizational culture.
I had the opportunity this year to attend the SHRM National Conference for this first time this year. This year’s event brought nearly 16,000 HR professionals to Atlanta, GA for four days of learning and connecting, and I was honored and privileged to be among them. For our readers who were not able to attend (and even for those who were) I wanted to share my observations and take aways from the experience.
I quickly realized that at a conference as large as this one, it is simply not possible to do, see, and learn everything that you want to, so my strategy became focusing on finding a few gems of wisdom to bring back. Beyond the speakers, sessions, and nuggets of wisdom, the thing that struck me the most about being in attendance at SHRM was incredible feeling of being in the presence of so many fellow HR professionals with a passion for what we do.
As an Executive Vice President of Pinstripe, Inc., Angela leads the firm’s business delivering innovative talent acquisition solutions to clients in the advanced manufacturing, consumer brands, financial services and technology sectors. Angela’s unique expertise in talent acquisition and management provides Pinstripe’s clients leading organizational capabilities and true competitive advantage.
The old saying about the cobbler’s children not having shoes can apply to HR professionals and their own careers. How many of you put yourself last on the list when it comes to career planning? Are you so busy counseling everyone else that you’ve forgotten to take a good look at your own needs?