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.
Top 10 Most Viewed DisruptHR Talks as of April 2016
1. Is UGLY The New Protected Class? – DisruptHR Denver 5 [April 14, 2016]
Kathleen Brenk – CHRO & Chief of Staff at Recondo Technology talks about a topic that’s traditionally taboo at work – ugly people.
2. Traditional Interviews Are Poor Predictors of Success – DisruptHR New York 2 [January 21, 2016]
John Sigmon – Chief Human Resources Officer at AARP – shares more than just theory that the traditional interview process is a very poor predictor of employee success.
3. Making Space For Moms – DisruptHR New York 3 [April 7, 2016]
“The more you make space for people to have a life outside of the office, the better they’re going to perform when they are in the office.’ – Tami Forman – Executive Director at Path Forward
4. Why The CEO Should Report To The CHRO – DisruptHR Toronto 2 [December 10, 2015]
Kristen Harcourt – Senior Consultant at The McQuaig Institute has a dream. Her dream is that HR is at the top of the organization chart – and they are either as important, or more important than the CEO.
5. Idea Sex In Talent Management – DisruptHR Denver 4 [August 27, 2015]
HR Leader & Multipotentialite Greg Roche believes that there is a unique path towards the future of HR – “You’re looking for the future of HR? Go have idea sex and conceive it!”
6. Let’s Get Rid Of Managers – DisruptHR Toronto 1 [June 11, 2015]
Recovering manager Edwin Jansen – Head of Marketing at Fitzii – shares how getting rid of managers at his company has helped them to make better and faster decisions, and increase employee engagement.
7. Recruiting People In A Noisy World Is An Art – DisruptHR New York 2 [January 21, 2016]
Katrina Collier – Social Recruiting Specialist at The Searchologist – believes that there is no excuse for spamming potential candidates with impersonal messages – “Do you want to be like a sleazy car salesman, or a professional recruiter?”
8. Awesomeness Is Not An Accident – DisruptHR Cincinnati 1 [December 13, 2013]
Jennifer McClure – CEO of DisruptHR & President of Unbridled Talent LLC – wants everyone to be more awesome, and she shares how – with just a little practice – awesomeness can be improved.
9. Words Are Power – DisruptHR Denver 3 [March 11, 2015]
Nick Kittle – Chief Ninja at Sustainovation LLC – asks if you know who your turduckens of talent are (among other things) at work.
10. Learn How To Un-Mentor – DisruptHR Toronto 2 [December 10, 2015]
Dave Wilkin – Founder of Ten Thousand Coffees – believes that the future of mentoring is about micro-conversations, not commitments.