I love DisruptHR.
I love it so much that I’ve presented at it four times and then came on to co-organize DisruptHR New York City events.
I mention this because like Sy Sperling — “Remember, I’m not only the Hair Club president, but I’m also a client!” — I know what it’s like to be a speaker and select other speakers. I also know that cultural reference may have fallen flat for you, but guess what? I don’t care.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by DisruptHR Toronto 3.0 attendee John C.M. Cunningham MHRM,CHRP, Human Resources Advisor at Siemens, who attended his first DisruptHR event on December 1, 2016
Last Thursday, December 1st, I attended a DisruptHR event for the first time. My motivation going in was simple – the HR field is currently exploding with change, and I want to be involved in any way that I can.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by DisruptHR New York speaker Rob Catalano, Co-Founder at WorkTango – a platform that enables managers to have better conversations with employees to create alignment, improve accountability, and develop high performing teams. Rob is passionate about helping companies succeed – by leveraging technology to make employees successful. He has also previously written about his experience at DisruptHR Vancouver 2.0. You can check that out that post here.
I attended my second DisruptHR event this week. (My first one was in Vancouver).
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by DisruptHR Cleveland speaker Bridgette Klein, Marketing Coordinator at Willory – a company that exclusively serves the needs of the HR & payroll community across the nation and globe. Bridgette shared her experience as a first-time speaker at at DisruptHR event on the excellent Willory blog, and we thought you’d love to see it here as well. Thanks Bridgette and the Willory team!
While it was never quite my nightmare, it’s not my comfort zone either. Most likely because I’ve only had to speak in front of 150+ people a handful of times. The latest was DisruptHR Cleveland a few weeks ago.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by DisruptHR Vancouver speaker (and official Disruptor) Rob Catalano, Co-Founder at WorkTango – a platform that enables managers to have better conversations with employees to create alignment, improve accountability, and develop high performing teams. Rob is passionate about helping companies succeed – by leveraging technology to make employees successful. This makes him pretty cool in our book.
I attended my first DisruptHR event this week [March 31, 2016]. If you’re not familiar with DisruptHR – definitely check it out. With the plethora of events and conferences out there, we all struggle to choose where to spend our valuable time, but this is a disruptive conference (ugh, sorry, I had to) that’s gaining quite a following. I’m not sure how the other regional events are, but I enjoyed and learned a lot from my Vancouver experience.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by DisruptHR Denver speaker (and official Disruptor) Ed Baldwin, SPHR, GPHR – President of HRO Partners. Ed is a global HR leader with a proven track record of success leading cultural change and aligning the HR function with business needs in a variety of organizations. So he knows what he’s talking about when it comes to where HR can sit.
If you’re an HR professional with a desire to learn about and create innovative HR practices and you haven’t heard of DisruptHR, you have to check it out.
Events are occurring at or near you, popping up in cities all over the US and the world! The format is simple, powerful, unique and fun.