(Editor’s Note: For full insights from this week’s events see High Tech or High Touch? #TChat Recap.)
On The Road Again
As we mentioned several weeks ago, TalentCulture co-founders Meghan Biro and Kevin Grossman will be front-and-center throughout the conference, where they’ll do triple duty:
- Working the aisles and sharing insights on the #TChat Twitter feed and through other social channels
- Hosting a special 1-hour Wednesday daytime #TChat Radio Show
- Moderating and judging the Forum’s iTalent competition on Wednesday evening
Meghan equates the iTalent competition to a reality show like “The Voice” (or, as she explained last year, “The X Factor”) — a live “show-and-tell” experience for HR professionals who obsess over innovative ideas and technologies. But I think anyone who likes to stay ahead of business and technology trends will find it fascinating.
Hangout Now With iTalent Finalists
Last week on the Reach-West Blog, Kevin introduced the five finalists:
You can get a taste of the “iTalent Five” right now by watching my sneak-peek interviews with representatives from several of these organizations:
Inspired by advancements from organizations like these, we’ll be putting HR innovation in the spotlight throughout the week in #TChat events. Whether your’re at the HRO Today Forum in person — or connecting from a distance — it should be a great way to learn about what’s hot in talent-related technology. So join the TalentCulture conversation, and let’s explore the possibilities:
#TChat Radio — Wed, May 1 — 4pmET / 1pmPT
Special 1-hour time slot!
Live from the HRO Today Forum’s social media lounge, Jessica Miller-Merrell (Blogging4Jobs) and Matt Charney (Talemetry) talk with our hosts, Meghan and Kevin, about HR’s role in shaping today’s business landscape, and technology’s role in that mission.
#TChat Twitter — Wednesday May 1 — 7pmET / 4pmPT
Everyone is welcome at our open, online Twitter forum, where executives from Achievers (employee recognition software innovators) will lead us in a real-time exchange of ideas about these key questions:
Q1: What leading-edge HR processes are truly best practices? Why?
Q2: What innovations in HR technology are helping business grow? Why?
Q3: How can HR leaders drive revenue growth in their organizations? Why?
Q4: How can HR leaders better develop and manage multiple talent ecosystems? Why?
Q5: “Employee engagement” gets buzz in today’s world of work. Is it legit? Why/not?
We’ll see you on the stream!
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