The DisruptHR Denver community is the first to hold five events – and they’re not stopping!
Planning is already in the works for a Fall 2016 event. Follow @disrupthrDENVER on Twitter or DisruptHR Denver on Facebook to be the first to get details about upcoming events, and a Call For Speakers.
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.
Is it one of your life-long dreams to attend a DisruptHR event, but you haven’t had the chance to do so yet?
Well, dreams do come true!
DisruptHR Cayman will be held on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 beginning at 7:00 p.m. EST and will be live-streamed via Cayman Life TV! (EST is different than EDT – so check the current local Cayman time here)!
Thanks to the efforts of DisruptHR Cayman organizer – Chris Bailey – and a partnership with the Cayman Islands Society of Human Resources Professionals (CISHRP), #DisruptHRCayman is sure to be a fun and – dare we say – disruptive evening.
Several DisruptHR speaker alums are in the lineup, and there’s a high probability of shenanigans (and learning too). 🙂
Kris Dunn – CHRO & Partner at Kinetix (@kris_dunn)
Joy Baldridge – President & Founder of Baldridge Seminars International (@joybaldridge)
Samantha Nehra – Business Coach at Shirlaws (Cayman) Ltd (@SamanthaNehra)
Carmen Hudson – Principal Consultant at Recruiting Toolbox
Virginia Czarnocki – Performance Coach at WB Financial & Consulting (Cayman) Services Limited
Dr. Graeme Close – Sports Nutrition Consultant at Close Nutrition (@close_nutrition)
Marzeta Bodden – Founder and Lead Guide at Cayman Food Tours (@MarzetaBodden)
Tim Sackett – President of HRU Technical Resources (@TimSackett)
Tara Tvedt – GALLUP® Certified Strengths Coach at SquarePeg Ltd.
Dawn Hrdlica-Burke – VP of People at DAXKO (@DawnHBurke)
Jennifer McClure – CEO of DisruptHR LLC & President of Unbridled Talent LLC (@JenniferMcClure)
William Tincup – CEO of Tincup & Co. (@williamtincup)
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.
On April 27, 2016, DisruptHR Chicago took the Windy City by storm for their first event!
DisruptHR Chicago 1 sold out at 250 attendees months in advance, so clearly the force is strong with those in the area who were ready to blow up the norms, to innovate, and to create a more meaningful, rewarding, and engaging experience from this thing called work.
The first DisruptHR event was held in September 2013, and since that time, over 250 DisruptHR Talks have been given in 13 cities, by a wide variety of people who are serious about disrupting the future of work!
Periodically, we’d like to share some of the most popular DisruptHR Talks, just in case you missed them.