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2013 Annual Student and Faculty Conference
Saturday, June 15, 2013 (all-day) and Sunday, June 16, 2013 (half-day in the morning)
Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers
301 East North Water Street
(Download 2013 SHRM Annual Student Conference Agenda here)
2013 SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition
Sunday, June 16 - Wednesday, June 19, 2013
2301 S. Lake Shore Drive
Student/Faculty conference registration includes full admisson to BOTH Student/Faculty Conference AND SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition, including all keynote and general sessions, Tuesday night concert with Kelly Clarkson, concurrent educational sessions and admission to the exposition.
Student Rate: $295 (Saturday - Wednesday)
Chapter Advisor/HR Faculty Rate: $425 (Saturday - Wednesday)
Keynote sessions for the Student Conference include:
Saturday, June 15, 2013
Release Your Inner Super Hero
Chief Sales Officer & Talent Evangelist
Ryan Estis & Associates
This keynote is designed to help people tap into their own deep reservoir of potential and unleash their unique capability into the world.
This important message introduces 8 core insights about productivity and performance that help people initiate or accelerate the process of becoming their very best. We are living through an incredible period of transformation. Learn how to lean into this moment as an opportunity, embrace what is next and new and let go of the things we cannot control to find more meaning, mastery and momentum in our work life. The content is actionable and participants will emerge better prepared to navigate change and achieve their next big, breakthrough moment.
The keynote serves as a call to action for those who desire fulfillment from their work and are determined to achieve their full potential.
Manager 3.0: A Millennial's Guide
to Rewriting the Rules of Management
President, JB Training Solutions
Author of Manager 3.0
How will you manage to manage? Before you know it, you will be leading teams and entering management ranks, and as a millennial manager, you're not afraid to shake things up. When it comes to the workplace, millennials are tearing down the corporate ladder, breaking down the walls, communicating on the fly, working when and where you want, and having fun - playing - at work. In this power-packed program, you learn how to CONNECT with your team and higher ups as a rising leader - Communicate, Own results, Navigate, Negotiate, Engage, Collaborate, and Teach.
In this unforgettable session, Brad Karsh shares real-world stories and no-nonsense tips from his book, The Millennial Manager. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll buy the book. Don't miss this wild ride where you learn essential leadership skills paired with doses of humor, tangible tips, and inspirational ideas.
Don't Manage Me,
Lance J. Richards, GPHR, SPHR
Vice President, Office of Innovation
You’ve read plenty about Gen Y already. You get it. The generations are wired differently, they work differently and organizations have to adapt. Got it.
Managers and organizations have a new challenge. The simple fact is, organizations don’t have much time to change to adapt to the changing workforce. Improving productivity, reducing turnover and building a talent supply chain across younger age groups is imperative for organizational success as we move into the next decade.
In this keynote session, learn the fundamental reasons why organizations, not just HR departments and leaders, must respond to generational issues and why some of the strategies that were supposed to work for Gen Y haven’t. Take a deep breath, and prepare to stop “managing” and start “understanding”.
Sunday, June 16, 2013
The New Rules for Career Success
This presentation will reveal the secrets behind what it takes to be successful in the workplace in 2012 and beyond. Based on new research, case studies, interviews and advice, you will learn what managers are looking for when promoting. Workplace expectations are changing and the requirements for management roles aren’t what you think. You need a modern approach to get ahead at work or you’ll end up stuck in your position and eventually quit. This presentation will give you the confidence and tools you need in order to rise to the top faster.
-Learn how to build a strong network by reverse mentoring.
-How to work with employees at all levels in every generation.
-How to become a leader and excel in a team.
-How to take an entrepreneurial approach to work and get your company to invest in your ideas.
-How to turn your passion into a new position and make more money.
View concurrent sessions & schedule here.
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Download the 2013 Student and Faculty Registration Form:
2013 Annual Student Conference Registration Form.pdf
By Phone: (800) 283-7476, option 3
Housing information can be found at: http://annual.shrm.org/hotel-travel
For additional details about the SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition, please visit http://annual.shrm.org
For questions regarding the 2013 Annual Student Conference, please contact:
Manager, Member Engagement