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HR Summer School 2021: Join the Movement for FREE

Last year was full of uncertainty, and we are hopeful over here in the Eubanks household that 2021 is going to bring more clarity and hope for the future.

One way we’re doing that is by bringing back the HR Summer School event, what one person called “the best HR event of 2020, hands down!” This is a chance to support the community, bring networking and growth opportunities, and encourage each other for whatever lies ahead.

You can find out more on the HR Summer School website, but the event will be June 7th-9th for a couple hours each day, suitable for those in the US as well as those around the world that want to participate in a different type of experience.

Check out what Suraiea, a student from last year, had to say:

Last year we helped thousands of HR pros just like Suraiea to be inspired not just about their work but about the future of the profession. To give you a sense of the scale, more than 3 million minutes of the content from last year has been watched in the last 12 months.

Yes, really.

In the last year, other events have gone virtual, but many of them go overboard on content (who needs 127 hours of learning at a virtual event?) or lock attendees away in some proprietary system that doesn’t allow you to connect with each other. We put you right next to your peers on a LinkedIn livestream so you can create new relationships and connect directly with others who are passionate about our space with one click.

See? I told you it was different… Here’s a clue: within 24 hours of opening the event for registrations, we had over 1,000 people already lined up and ready to attend!

We are cutting back the content volume this year to focus keenly on things that will elevate your performance, improve your career, and drive your influence within the business. This is more than just your HR legal update, which you can pretty much get anywhere.

It’s my vision that every single person who comes out of this event will be able to lead more effectively and achieve a higher level of career satisfaction and performance as a result.

I hope to see you there!

And if that’s not enough to make you want to attend, last year we gave away over 100 prizes and goodies to participants for chiming in and sharing their thoughts throughout the event. Bribes work, right? :-)

Can’t wait to see you as part of HR Summer School 2021. Register for free now.

#HRSummerSchool: Time for Extra Credit!

Two weeks ago we ran a live, virtual event that has already been seen by tens of thousands of HR professionals, talent leaders, students, and more. One of the sessions gave us technical issues, so we are running what we are lovingly calling an “extra credit” session and I would love to have you attend!

If you didn’t attend HR Summer School, you missed an epic experience. I haven’t published a formal update based on the event, but suffice to say it was like nothing I’ve ever seen before. We had thousands of comments, new connections, and interaction beyond any other HR webcast or webinar you have ever experienced.

FYI: many of our attendees were interested in the books written by the speakers. You can get those here on Amazon. If you want your #HRSummerSchool commemorative shirt or other gear, that’s found here.

Just check out the map below to see where attendees participated from around the world. It probably wouldn’t surprise you after seeing this map to hear that over ONE MILLION minutes of HR Summer School have been watched on LinkedIn already since the event. 😮

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Before I get to the extra credit session, let me share with you a few of the many comments from those that participated in HR Summer School live, in no particular order. Click through the images below to see some of the amazing feedback.

One participant told me that she was about to get out of HR because it wasn’t exciting anymore. After two days of participating in the event, she said her passion had been rekindled and that she was excited to look for a new employer that actually values the input from HR in the business. If she had been the only participant, I would have called this event worthwhile, but thankfully (as you can see below) we had so many more amazing participants.  Continue reading