The world may be tired, but it’s time to get fired. Up that is.
And we did this week, but just when we’re riding high on inspiration, collaboration and revelation, then comes the post-SHRM dip. The point when after the mega-HR conference, the one put on by the largest HR association on the planet, the Society for Human Resource Management, when all you want to do is relax, stay out of the summer heat for the next two months, and not think or do or be.
But if we at least think a little bit more, for those who went to SHRM we know that over 80 countries were represented by HR, recruiting and business folk alike. Leaders attended from companies of every size, many of which have a global footprint these days, with individuals and teams here and over there, and over there. There were amazing keynotes, all talking about the reviving role America and the rest of the world should play in the global economy, dozens and dozens of quality sessions covering shared issues from recruiting to compliance to leadership to business development, and an open network of HR industry thought leaders answering the attendee melting pot of questions.
So when I think of the world of work, and I think about the #TChat global collective who not only participates in our weekly Twitter chat, but everyday in our Twitter stream, and on our TalentCulture website, and soon-to-be-revived #TChat Radio, I think we still have the opportunity to get the world finally reinvented and revved.
Did you miss the #TChat preview? Well, here it is just in case.
July and August could be the start of something spectacular. Bring on the global fireworks.
#TChat INSIGHTS: Bring On the Global Fireworks
Storified by TalentCulture · Thu, Jun 28 2012 21:42:58
ers are focusing far more on results than time-in-chair because of realities of managing remote teams (hooray!) #TChatJen Watkiss