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Reporting back

I am fortunate to be able to attend more than my fair share of HR conferences. With more great conferences coming up, I find myself thinking about some conversations with attendees at the last couple of conferences I’ve attended. As … Continue reading

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A conference shouldn’t end at the convention hall door

This post originally appeared on the blog of the Illinois State Council – SHRM as I prepare to be part of the event August 18-20, 2013 in suburban Chicago!  To learn more, click here ——————————————————————————————– “I’m Brad and I’m a … Continue reading

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Even with Technology, it’s still about People

I had the opportunity to attend my first HR Technology Expo two weeks ago in Chicago.  At the suggestion of a colleague, I registered to walk the tradeshow floor which enabled me to speak with the vendors who came to … Continue reading

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The season of HR conferencing

As we enter late summer in the Northern Hemisphere, the season in the North Central region of SHRM turns not to autumn, but to conference.  This week, both the Illinois and Missouri State Councils held their state conferences and other … Continue reading

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Social Media and Authenticity

As I try to get more of my Indiana HR colleagues involved in social media, I am finding that it is a slow and at times difficult task.  Those who are competitive and show a willingness to push the envelope … Continue reading

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