Are you a human resources leader, or future leader, focused on how to add value as an HR professional, and keep HR relevant in organizations of the future? Look no further!
Here are five DisruptHR Talks that cover everything from how the HR model must change, to what CEO’s want from HR, to what HR leaders need to do to step up to the challenge, to how to align HR and business strategies, to the importance of HR setting the tone for corporate culture.
5 DisruptHR Talks About The Future of HR
Tyler Durham – Partner & President of Ketchum Change / @tdurham
“HR For Tomorrow: A ‘Liquid State’ Team” / DisruptHR New York City
Organizations have spent decades, if not centuries, building up the most value destroying thing in organizations – hierarchy and bureaucracy. We need new operating systems and new organizations models to take advantage of competitive advantage today. ~ Tyler Durham – Partner & President of Ketchum Change #DisruptHRNYC
“What a CEO Really Wants From HR” / DisruptHR Denver
I want a partner in the development of people and the development of culture. There will be no seat at the table unless you can make the connection between building people and culture together with strategy. In the end, that will drive real results. ~ David Barry – CEO & President at Trust Company of America #DisruptHRden
“HR Heroes Needed: Will You Be The One To Accept The Challenge?” / DisruptHR Cayman
Being disruptive is not about throwing things. It’s not about yelling. It’s about being uncomfortable with the status quo. So if you’re uncomfortable with things being done the way they’ve always been done, it’s time for you to get disruptive. ~ Jennifer McClure – CEO of DisruptHR LLC #DisruptHRCayman
“Permission is for Sissies: HR On Offense” / DisruptHR Denver
Never forget what your customer wants, needs and expects from your business – because if you can align your HR strategies to that – it’s a gravy train. ~ Ed Baldwin – President of HRO Partners #DisruptHRden
“Three Truths & A Lie: The Future of HR” / DisruptHR Madison
The flavor of the sundae does not begin at the top. The meat in the sandwich is in the middle, and that happens to be HR leaders. They set the tone for the corporate culture. ~ Rebecca Ryan – Founder of NEXT Generation Consulting, Inc. #DisruptHRMSN