We’re gearing up for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Annual Conference & Exposition by sharing our top session picks. With more than 200 sessions to choose from, it’s important to map out each day so you get the best information possible! So here are a list of the sessions that we are thinking about attending.
Mindfulness for Stress Management and Work-Life Integration
Listen to Pandit Dasa from Conscious Living share techniques for staying calm and productive during high-stress situations to increase employee happiness. This can help reduce workplace turnover and rising healthcare costs.
Changing the Discussion: Managing a Total Compensation Approach for a Multi-Generational Workforce
Elliot Dinkin from Cowden Associates covers how to meet the values of each generation in your workforce. Stay competitive and appealing to all age ranges by meeting their specific benefit needs.
Communicating for Greater Influence—Mastering the ART of Communication
Randy Anderson of E3 Professional Trainers presents how to become a master communicator. Learn how to have better one-on-one conversations, presentation skills and more.
The Top 10 Workplace Trends For 2018
Dan Schawbel from Future Workplace dives into the new top workplace trends. Learn how these trends can and will impact your business and hiring strategies.
Benefits in the Workplace: An Update and Competitive Practices for impact in 2018.
Hear from a panel of experts on how to make better use of competitive practices and findings from behavioral science to make your benefits program more strategic and impactful.
Meaningful Wellness: Developing an Employee Wellness Strategy That Matters.
6/19/18 4:00pm- 5:15PM
Brad Cooper from US Corporate Wellness & Susanna Barnett Cooper from Catalyst Coaching Institute share tools and resources to help you create an effective and engaging wellness program without adding to your workload.
A 10-Step Employee Engagement Roadmap to Building an Engaged and Productive Workforce.
6/20/18 10:00am -11:15am
Join Bob Kelleher from the Employee Engagement Group as he shares 10 practical steps to engaged your employees and how to make a business case to prioritize employee engagement at your company.
Beyond the Next Paycheck: Financial Wellness for Young Workers
Watch a panel of experts discuss common financial issues among low- to moderate-income workers and how Human Resources can help support them on their financial wellness journeys.
So what sessions are you attending? Maybe we will see you there.