5 Tips From a First Time Attendee at #SHRM18

Are you thinking about registering for #SHRM19 in Las Vegas? Maybe you already have and you are looking for some tips from a first-time attendee. I will provide you with a few helpful tips that made my first #SHRM conference a major success!   Plan on planning to make last minute changes It is great... Continue Reading →

#SHRM18 Young Professional Session

SHRM's Super Sunday Session was filled with energy and provided student and young professional members with opportunities to grow their careers, create meaningful connections and share dialogue to propel the profession further. Each year, the SHRM Foundation sponsors an Advisor Impact award to recognize the outstanding service and leadership provided to student chapters by SHRM... Continue Reading →

Easy Ways to Connect while @SHRM18

I was recently reading through one of the many helpful #SHRM18 conference pages on social media and someone asked the question, "Will it be ok that I forgot my business cards?" The responses varied but overwhelmingly the majority of #SHRM conference veterans shared, "I ordered extra and will end up leaving them in the hotel... Continue Reading →

See You At #SHRM18

If you are in the HR field, you have certainly heard about the National SHRM conference. This conference brings together over 15,000 HR professionals from across the globe. During this four day mega conference, attendees have the opportunity to engage and learn from other professionals in over 200 sessions which are broken down into six... Continue Reading →

Inspire Others To Act

How often do you find yourself scrolling through your LinkedIn news feed? Last month, I stumbled on a post that a connection had liked. Whenever a post starts with, "I seldom put anything out on LinkedIn", I get interested because it usually contains relevant engaging information. This particular post was a personal endorsement to volunteer with DECA at their... Continue Reading →

Find Yourself Where You Are 

Well, here we are. It is now February and college seniors all across the country are wondering what their plans are, where their paths will lead them.  Some of them have signed their life away through a contract, others are planning on moving back with their parents, and yet others are  frantically applying to every... Continue Reading →

Dead Ends or New Adventures?

We all have the decision to lead or follow. To reject change, embrace it or even better, create it. Taking the the well beaten path is almost always safe. But is safe always smart? We need to take risks and embrace the possibility that the ones before us did not think of every solution. We... Continue Reading →

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