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Conference Attendance 301

China Gorman

In 2010 I wrote Conference Attendance 101 , a post on my blog, Data Point Tuesday. It has been one of the most shared, re-posted, and quoted blog posts I’ve ever written. I’ve been affiliated with Globoforce ’s WorkHuman conference since its inception in 2015.

Conference Attendance 101

China Gorman

You took advice from my last blog post and decided which conference to attend. But now you want to be sure that you leverage your investment by making the most of your attendance. The speakers are typically big names in the industry who speak on universal topics relevant to the conference theme or they are big celebrity names meant to draw your attendance to the conference. Each time slot will hold multiple options for your consideration.

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Want More Employee Productivity? Figure Out Their “Flow”

HR Bartender

I was excited to see that flow is one of the topics being covered at this year’s WorkHuman conference powered by Globoforce. Catherine] Flow is a mental state of being so fully engaged in a task that you lose track of time and place. The post Want More Employee Productivity?

The Business Benefits of Mindful Leadership

HR Bartender

I’m really looking forward to attending this year’s WorkHuman Conference because one of the speakers, Pandit Dasa, a mindfulness expert and former monk, is speaking on mindful leadership. Pandit was generous to share his time with me and provide a sneak peek into mindful leadership.

On Appreciation, Recognition & WorkHuman: Q&A with Tim Sackett

WorkHuman

Take a look at his blog and the webinar he co-hosted last year. We asked Tim for his take on Employee Appreciation Day, recognition, and why he’s attending WorkHuman in May. I spend as much time with them as my real family for the most part.

3 Ideas to Get More Bang for Your Compensation Buck

Compensation Cafe

The New York Time s quoted professor Jarrod Haar of Auckland University of Technology, one of the researchers analyzing the results of the experiment, as noting, “ Supervisors said staff were more creative, their attendance was better, they were on time, and they didn't leave early or take long breaks. Rather, focusing on employee strengths and encouraging more emphasis and productivity in line with those goals delivers more impact in the short and long-term.

Eight Upcoming Talks You’d Be Crazy to Miss. Seriously.

WorkHuman

We all have limited time. And there are a LOT of things out there to read and see and attend. But how can we know which sessions and talks are worth our time and will get our minds and hearts racing—and which talks are going to be a snoozefest that leave us wanting our wasted time back? For the first time in history, four distinct generations are sharing the workplace, and sometimes it feels as if they’re living in four different worlds.

Cafe Classic: Unions, Recognition and Employee Engagement

Compensation Cafe

Union workgroups are at the 39th percentile in Gallup's global employee engagement database and have, on average, 6% lower productivity compared to the median. Derek splits his time between Dublin and Boston.

300+ Women Leaders in HR! These Women in HR Bring a Unique Blend of People & Strategic Skills.

CakeHR

Anada Lakra , Entrepreneur & Product Person. Amy Wilson , SVP Products at SAP SuccessFactors. Dara Brenner , Vice President, Product Management. Elizabeth Casey (Nelson) , Vice President Product Management at Snag. Gretchen Alarcon , Group Vice President, Product Strategy at Oracle. Holly Simmons , Global Product Marketing, Customer Service Management at ServiceNow – The Enterprise Cloud Company. Kristin Lewis , VP of Product at ENGAGE Talent.

A Different Kind of Diversity #WorkHuman

Women of HR

I classify myself as an “extroverted introvert” – I do enjoy being around people, but I appreciate my alone time just as much. I work in a pretty “chatty” environment that makes it hard to concentrate at times, and the walls certainly help. And if we make assumptions that everyone thrives in the same type of environment, we may be missing the mark and sacrificing productivity and achievement. That could be a whole other blog post. Diversity in the workplace.