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July 15, 2010

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Monster and SmartBrief Video Interview Series from SHRM 2010 San Diego

Monster and SmartBrief Video Interview Series from SHRM 2010 San Diego

During the recent SHRM annual conference in San Diego, we had the pleasure of teaming with Mary Ellen Slayter, senior editor of SmartBrief on Workforce, to produce a video interview series featuring some of the top speakers and HR professionals participating in the 2010 conference. Here you’ll learn from some of the world’s most respected authors, speakers, educators and influencers in a relaxed conversational setting. Topics range from emerging leadership skills, to using social media in HR/recruiting, to decoding millennials, to how to “court” the best employees to global talent trends. Interviews are short and in a conversational format. Check them out here:

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July 8, 2010

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SHRM10 Interview: Ryan Estis on HR 2.0

SHRM10 Interview: Ryan Estis on HR 2.0

Ryan Estis, a nationally recognized expert in corporate culture, engagement and employment branding, discusses the concept of HR 2.0 and how organizational leaders can create competitive advantage through corporate cultural transformation.

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July 8, 2010

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SHRM10 Interview: Mark Stelzner

SHRM10 Interview: Mark Stelzner

Mark Stelzner, the principal and founder of Inflexion Advisors and veteran of 10 SHRM conferences over the past 17 years, reflects on what’s new in 2010 and social media’s impact on the current (and future) HR landscape.

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July 8, 2010

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SHRM10 Interview: Curtis Midkiff, SHRM PR and Social Media Manager

SHRM10 Interview: Curtis Midkiff, SHRM PR and Social Media Manager

Curtis Midkiff is the PR and Social Media Manager for SHRM, and by now, known to most everyone in the social scene as @shrmsocmedguy on Twitter. Mary Ellen Slayter, senior editor for SmartBrief on Workforce, caught up with Curtis in the Social Media Lounge at SHRM 2010 to discuss the social media activation put into play by Curtis and his team at this year’s event.

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July 7, 2010

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SHRM10 Interview Series: Eric Winegardner, VP Client Adoption For Monster.com

SHRM10 Interview Series: Eric Winegardner, VP Client Adoption For Monster.com

Eric Winegardner is the VP of Client Adoption for Monster.com. Mary Ellen Slayter, senior editor for SmartBrief on Workforce, discusses Eric’s past 8 years of SHRM attendance and what makes SHRM 2010 very different.

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July 7, 2010

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SHRM10 Interview: Brad Karsh, President of JB Training Solutions

SHRM10 Interview: Brad Karsh, President of JB Training Solutions

Brad Karsh is the President of JB Training Solutions and an expert on the topic of working with millennials, provides some insight into why managing Gen Y employees is different and what organizations must do to respond to the changing expectations of the emerging workforce.

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July 7, 2010

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SHRM10 Interview: Robin Schooling, VP of HR, Louisiana Lottery Corporation

SHRM10 Interview: Robin Schooling, VP of HR, Louisiana Lottery Corporation

Robin Schooling, Vice President of HR for the Louisiana Lottery Corporation, discusses several initiatives she’s implemented to drive change and increase employee engagement through learning and development.

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July 7, 2010

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SHRM10 Interview: Ben Eubanks

SHRM10 Interview: Ben Eubanks

Eric Winegardner is the VP of Client Adoption for Monster.com. We turned the tables on Eric and put him in the director’s chair to conduct a 2-part interview with Gen Y HR pro, Ben Eubanks of UpStartHR.

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July 6, 2010

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SHRM10 Interview: Vineet Nayar, CEO HCL Technologies

SHRM10 Interview: Vineet Nayar, CEO HCL Technologies

Live from SHRM 2010, Mary Ellen Slayter interviews Vineet Nayar, chief executive officer of HCL Technologies Ltd., and author of Employees First, Customers Second: Turning Conventional Management Upside Down.

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