I just finished a great week, spent mostly at the HRPA Annual Conference here in Toronto. This year HRPA, with the support of Achievers, welcomed a blogger team to capture and share the insights, ideas and highlights of this three day event. I was fortunate to be part of that team, and have just posted my fourth post in as many days over at LiveHR.ca about my experience at the conference. Feel free to click through and read what the blogger team took away from this terrific event. So far, I’ve written about HR Conference BINGO (did someone say Zappos?), why Geoff Colvin thinks talent is made not born, why YOU should become an HR Blogger (and how), and shared 2014 Conference high points, as well as ideas for 2015.
Check it out – it’s almost like being there (without the swag and nice snacks- sorry).
A belated happy New Year to you. You may have noticed that I took a little bit of a blog-cation over the last month or two. I’m still here, but had a few things to take care of as 2013 drew to a close. Despite that, 2013 ended on a high note, with the outstanding Michael Carty of Xpert HR selecting my post ‘Manatees, Tube Tops and Policies for the Clueless Few’ as a top HR blog pick for the year! Who knew that those peaceful water elephants of the mangrove swamps would prove to be such good luck? If you missed that post, and enjoy a good rant about rules made for the willfully ignorant among us, please check it out here.
In other news, I’m really excited to report that I’ll be blogging from the 2014 HRPA conference this week; you can catch me (and a distinguished panel of my fellow HR Bloggers) at LiveHR. The annual HRPA conference is the premier HR event in Ontario, always bringing together the best and brightest in Human Resources, and I look forward to sharing this year’s high points and musings with you. Thanks to HRPA and Achievers for their support of the HR blogging community! Perhaps I’ll see you there?