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Join Us October 22nd for the Next HR Tech Roundtable

Read Time1 Minute, 3 Second This year has been, in the words of a good friend, a “dumpster fire.” So many things have gone wrong, yet the changing environment has led to some new developments, opportunities to connect, and different approaches to traditional events. Those changes are a silver lining in this bigger shift we’re seeing this year. One of those changes, which I’ve…

Engaging and Developing your Remote Workforce: Winning the Productivity Game [HR Tech Roundtable]

Recently I wrote about a new series of events we’re supporting called the HR Tech Roundtable. We have another coming up and I’d like to personally invite you to join us for the experience. Right now our team is doing an analysis of several different research studies exploring what’s happening and what’s next in the talent market. We will be releasing this very soon,…

HR Tech Roundtable: A New Virtual Event for HR and Talent Executives

In the book Never Eat Alone, Keith Ferrazzi talks about the power of building powerful personal and professional networks: one person, one relationship, at a time. One of the things that has been missing in the recent weeks and months for many of the leaders I’m talking to is an opportunity to hear from other senior executives. We often use live, in-person events as…

Recruiter Roundtable with Loxo CEO Matt Chambers and I!

In this discussion, Loxo CEO, Matt Chambers, and I discuss trends in recruiting that is here to stay, and how modern recruiters will need to evolve to address these changes.   Question 1: What do you see as the most impactful changes you’ve seen in the recruiting industry? Tim’s Answer: It continues to be the speed at which recruiting is expected to find talent…

HR Roundtable: How Can We Improve Feedback?

When we got together for the August Cincinnati HR Roundtable, people were excited to talk about the topic more than usual. We were going to discuss feedback. The room was full of energy because people have had different experiences with feedback both positive and negative.

HR Roundtable: Is Work / Life Balance a Myth?

The topic for the July (Cincinnati) HR Roundtable seemed to fit the time of the year because we gathered to discuss – The Myth of Work/Life Balance. Each month Steve asks people to RSVP as to whether they can attend the Roundtable or not, and it was fun to get messages that people weren’t going to make it in July because they were going…

HR Roundtable: The Value of a Multi-Generational Workforce

In the classic rock anthem My Generation by The Who, lead singer Roger Daltrey screams, “I hope I die before I get old.” He echoed a sentiment of the times, but he never knew that he was also doing what is happening in organizations around the world – separating people based on their generation. This isn’t new, but it is more prominent and intentional…

HR Roundtable: Successful Networking Takes Work, Honesty

The HR Cincinnati Roundtable for February revisited a topic that we’ve done on a regular basis because it honestly never grows old! Also, we cover this topic because people agree it’s a needed business skill, but very few people do it well. What are we talking about? Networking. It’s so much more than a job search skill. To break the traditional thoughts around networking,…

HR Roundtable: Why Is Collaboration So Hard?

As the great business mogul Vanilla Ice suggested, we need to stop, collaborate and listen! Who knew that his classic song Ice Ice Baby would be so prophetic? Collaboration is something that companies express as an aspiration, but few do it well. The December (Cincinnati) HR Roundtable gathered to talk about various aspects of collaboration, and started with these three conversation starters:

HR Roundtable: Making Values Real

Steve was particularly excited about the October Cincinnati HR Roundtable because the topic was trying to take a look at how companies can get company values off of plaques on a wall and into the hearts of employees. To get everyone ready to discuss the topic, we started with these three starter questions:

HR Roundtable: What HR Can Do to Help People Thrive

As everyone gathered for the September HR (Cincinnati) Roundtable, you could sense optimism because the topic for this month was geared to having a more positive impact than normal. We were getting together to discuss how people can “thrive in their company culture.” To get started the attendees tackled the following questions: