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SHRM Conference 2015: 7 Key Insights

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Each year the SHRM conference features presentations from experts about what is in store for the world of HR. Take a look at 7 key insights from this year's conference.

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SHRM Conference 2015: 7 Key Insights

  1. 1. SHRM CONFERENCE 2015
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  4. 4. The SHRM conference is a yearly meeting of the minds of industry experts, coaches, entrepreneurs, and professionals, who gather to learn what’s on the rise in the world of HR. This year’s conference focused on preparing for the future while engaging leaders and employees alike. Read on for the 7 key insights we gained from SHRM 2015. TWEET
  5. 5. CULTURE IS KEY According to Jason Lauritsen, an awesome culture can make for a lot of organizational love–and that is the key to becoming one of the best places to work. And, Kevin Ames added, transforming company culture can inspire great work that makes a difference people love. 1 TWEET
  6. 6. Steve Browne shared his insights on how to build a culture that rocks. They include: • Focusing on the positive. • Having fun with HR. • Asking for (and listening to!) feedback. • Understanding that even a small change can make a huge impact on culture. TWEET
  7. 7. “WE,” NOT “ME” In his keynote, Marcus Buckingham drove home the idea that the HR world is changing. To drive great performance in our organizations, we need to change with it. Buckingham delivered forward thinking tips that change the way we view organizational structure, employee engagement, and leadership. 2 TWEET
  8. 8. Buckingham’s key takeaways: • Think of organizations as groups of teams. Team leaders are the key figures who set the tone and pave the road for future success. • Employee data today doesn’t always capture the big picture. To really understand employee engagement, we need to move past big data and learn to gain insights through frequent discussions and check-ins, not survey numbers. • Leadership isn’t one-size-fits-all. Seeing firsthand what the best leaders do reveals that they tweak their leadership styles to inspire and motivate their teams. One quality many great leaders do share is the “we,” not “me” mentality. They focus on what they can do for others to help their teams succeed. TWEET
  9. 9. MILLENNIALS MATTER By 2018, Millennials will make up 50% of the workforce. Amy Hirsh Robinson focused on how companies can best attract and retain this growing demographic. Robinson’s advice on how to set Millennials, and your organization, up for success: • Define your employer value proposition. • Intern and onboard with intention. • Invest in career development. • Develop the management fundamentals. • Make flexibility a reality. 3 TWEET
  10. 10. And, Gary Kushner added, some of the best ways we can integrate and engage the multigenerational workforce is to invite multiple viewpoints to the table and utilize flexible workdays and experience- based learning. TWEET
  11. 11. WELLBEING AT WORK Wellness was a huge buzzword at SHRM this year. And the one thing speakers agreed upon is that wellness isn’t just about your life at work (though it hugely affects it). Wellness depends on your habits and lifestyle far beyond what you do at the office. 4 TWEET
  12. 12. Dr. Mehmet Oz presented compelling ideas about wellbeing: 1. We control 70% of how long and how well we live. 2. There are 5 big life adjustments we can make to improve our wellness: • Aiming for a healthy blood pressure. • Exercising 30 minutes a day. • Eating a healthy diet that’s easy to love. • Controlling stress and sleeping enough. • Curtailing addictions. 3. Give yourself 2 weeks to try a new habit or lifestyle change. TWEET
  13. 13. APPRECIATION CAUSES GREAT WORK "Great work makes a difference people love. Appreciated people love making a difference." Kevin Ames highlighted the importance of employee recognition, and creating a culture where people feel appreciated and are inspired to make a difference. 5 TWEET
  14. 14. Kevin Ames gave 3 simple tips to build the kind of culture that inspires great work: • Encourage effort throughout the process. Cheer all the little wins along the way. • Rewarding results is critical. Appreciate behaviors you want to see repeated. • Celebrate careers. Give employees a deep sense of belonging by applauding their loyalty and contributions to the company. TWEET
  15. 15. GLOBAL IS GROWING For many companies, the multigenerational workforce is becoming increasingly multinational, too. Gary Kushner spoke about the 4 trends that affect HR globally, and explained how companies can attract and engage shifting demographics. His main point? Today, organizations need to adapt to their people, not vice-versa. 6 TWEET
  16. 16. Kushner’s global HR advice: • Be creative with work arrangements. Part-time, outsourced, remote, and task-based work is becoming the norm. Try integrating these new forms of work into your existing business structure. • Embrace diversity to raise engagement. Being receptive and inclusive to different viewpoints, needs, and opinions positions you as a global TWEET
  17. 17. WOMEN LEADERS Amy Hirsh Robinson brought a key insight to the table: attracting and retaining female leaders isn’t a one-size-fits-all process. Multiple generations, expectations, and approaches of women in today’s workforce create different needs and opinions. 7 TWEET
  18. 18. Companies should keep the following in mind to appeal to a broad range of women leaders: 1. Make equal pay and flexibility a reality. 2. Onboard with intention. 3. Offer career development with mentorship and executive sponsorship. TWEET
  19. 19. The annual SHRM conference sets the stage for HR in the year ahead. Use these key insights to build a better culture, promote wellbeing, and help your employees lead happier, more productive, and more engaged lives. TWEET
  20. 20. JOIN OUR COMMUNITY SHRM CONFERENCE 2015 For more insights from SHRM 2015, visit blog.octanner.com for our conference recaps. TWEET
  21. 21. O.C. TANNER AND THE O.C. TANNER INSTITUTE O.C. Tanner, number 40 on the 2015 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® list, helps organizations create great work environments by inspiring and appreciating great work. Thousands of clients globally use the company’s cloud-based technology, tools, awards, and education services to engage talent, increase performance, drive goals, and create experiences that fuel the human spirit. Learn more at octanner.com. The O.C. Tanner Institute regularly commissions research and provides a global forum for exchanging ideas about recognition, engagement, leadership, culture, human values, and sound business principles. TWEET
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