Pleasing Your Audience
Created Jun 22, 2012 • Credits: 0.00 General • Topic(s): Health and Wellness, Professional Development
Susan Avello at Lunch with DriveThruHR
What's keeping Susan Avello up at night? Her desire to offer an engaging session at the ILSHRM Conference that will be informative, captivating and valuable to HR professionals. Susan touches on how to mesh your expectations of the session with the audience's varying expectations, as well as other topics relevant to delivering a powerful and enjoyable conference session. Susan Avello is a social media strategist with a unique ability to build a community both online and offline through social media inbound marketing. She is Principle at Social Buzz Concepts and specializes in social media marketing / consulting for small business, branding and identity, employee engagement with the latest technology and more.Originally aired on Jun 20, 2012.
John Jorgensen at Lunch with DriveThruHR
What's keeping John Jorgensen up at night? That's easy—the 2012 ILSHRM State Conference. We talk with John about what it takes to put on a great HR conference. One thing that makes a conference successful is original sessions that are engaging and valuable to HR professionals. John talks about how he has met the challenge of finding great sessions and speakers for the 2012 ILSHRM Conference, as well as how to learn from other state's conferences. John Jorgensen, SPHR, is a human resource professional with more than twenty years in the business. He is an adjunct instructor at Northern Illinois University, primarily teaching the SHRM learning system. In addition to being the co-chair of the 2012 Illinois State SHRM Conference, he is Past Director of ILSHRM, as well as past director of two local SHRM chapters in Illinois. Originally aired on Jun 22, 2012.
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