HR Reinventionin picturesSomewhere In Middle America
Goals re-invent human resources get fearless effect change create community
Human ResourcesHR needs to pay attention to networking, politics, sustainability.It’s Time To Wake Up. Manage Your Own BAD Rap. • China Gorman
Local HRLeaders fromOmaha...andbeyondPictured here: Jason Lauritsen, LauriePieper, and William Tincup
Interested inbreaking boxes?✤ Chris Bryant introduced us to the concept of “Vuja De”- the opposite of Deja Vu.✤ When we’re faced with the same issue we can approach it differently.✤ That approach PLUS a focus on people add up to HR success.
Identify YourNicheAttendees were encouraged to “weartheir passion on their sleeve”...or theirchair.
Get on theOffensivePaul Hebert insisted that HumanResources would forever remain on thedefensive if it never learned to take risksand play “offense”.
Solving Problems TogetherAttendees and Presenters were encouraged to “think out loud”What Solutions Have You Come Up With Lately?
Marketing • Employees • HR • PRWilliam Tincup’s session invited participants to dissect different social media situationsFrom Multiple Points Of View....
Everyoneknows...✤ They SHOULD be talking about Diversity✤ There are certain right things to say✤ But what if EVERYONE challenged assumptions? ✤ pictured: Joe Gerstandt
Location, location, location Hot Shops, Omaha, NEDate
You can’t buy,borrow orsteal...TransparencyGreg Harris taught us that EmployeeEngagement is based on trust,transparency. Not exercise balls orteabags.
Jason Seidenembrace your story Roger Fransecky Live in poetry, not prose...
Marvel atSomething✤ Two parts education✤ One part inspiration✤ One part perspiration (what have you done since HR Reinvention?)
BuildCommunity✤ with your colleagues✤ within your company✤ in your area✤ all over the country✤ pictured: China Gorman (las vegas), Jason Seiden (chicago), and Joe Gerstandt (omaha)
Don’t wait for someone elseto do something to inspire you...Pictured: Jason Lauritsen, Organizer
The elephant in the room...I just really like this pictureSeriously, There Is No Further Meaning