|At The Show|
Economic Downturn Doesn’t Slow SHRM Conference
Gas Price Crisis Could Revolutionize U.S. Workplace
Heard in the Halls, Day 3: No Booth Too Far
|SHRM Chicago Last Word—Day 3|
The Challenge Ahead
Meisinger Bids Farewell to SHRM; Successor Pending
Pre-Show Guide and Feature Stories
|Tailoring SHRM to Your Needs|
When it comes to HR’s biggest annual conference, one size doesn’t fit all. Newbies to human resource positions, midlevel HR professionals and senior leaders in the field will benefit from different sessions and events at the Society for Human Resource Management Conference & Exposition.
|The Best of Chicago|
Whether you’re staying for a whole week or just trying to visit a few places in between conference activities, you will want to get a taste of the best of Chicago. The third-largest city in America is also one of the country’s most popular convention spots.
The Last Word: SHRM 101
San Diego. Washington. Las Vegas. Chicago. The cities may change and the venues may differ, but there is a comfy familiarity I always feel at the Society for Human Resource Management’s annual conference.
Keynote and Master Series
|SHRM, Day 1, Sunday, June 22|
KEYNOTE: Poitier’s Dramatic, Trailblazing Career
HR professionals feeling daunted by work challenges may find inspiration from Sunday’s SHRM conference general session speaker, Sidney Poitier.
|SHRM, Day 2, Monday, June 23|
KEYNOTE: Patrick Lencioni, "Making for a Fulfilling Workplace"
MASTERS SERIES: Linda A. Hill, "Author Digs Deep to Find Top Leaders"
|SHRM, Day 3, Tuesday, June 24|
KEYNOTE: Doris Kearns Goodwin, "HR Success Through Lens of Lincoln"
MASTERS SERIES: Oren Harari, "Maintaining Your Firm’s Unique Flavor"
|SHRM, Day 4, Wednesday, June 25|
KEYNOTE: Nancy Giles, "Commentator Makes Point With a Wink"
MASTERS SERIES: Denise Rousseau, "Growing Number of Employees Seek Special Deal With Bosses"