SocialHRCamp (#SHRC13) is the catalyst to accelerating HR's adoption to social media. Established in 2012 as the first-ever global HR Unconference, #SHRC13 focuses on bridging business case to business value through a hands-on approach to the "how to" of social media. With a vision to inspire HR leaders and organizations to take the next step, Camp events provide the opportunity for participants to design a learning path in partnership with local and global thought leaders.
The one-day Toronto event will serve as a platform for the practical “how to” on Social Media integration for HR. Unlike a typical conference, the Camp will consist of multiple 1-1.5hr beginner and advanced tracks led by thought leaders, experts and innovators. Whether you’re just curious or already curating knowledge in the social and digital space, the co-creative, collaborative SocialHRCamp UnConference is for you.
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Social media is not a fad—with 1 billion+ Facebook users, 500 million Twitter users, 400 million Google Plus users, 800 million YouTube users with 4 billion views every day, and the impact of other platforms like LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram and many more, the opportunity for HR to deliver big-time business results is exponential. The “Emerging HR Technology” space is growing leaps and bounds—cloud-based and mobile-friendly software that help businesses like yours solve real people problems. Which platforms are right for your business? Do you even know where to go to figure this out?
SocialHRCamp is an “UnConference meets experiential learning workshop”, taking the best of both worlds and leaving what’s not behind. Conferences are great for inspiring but lack the ability for constructive dialogue with thought-leaders, attendees and speakers. SocialHRCamp enables free-flowing conversation, hands-on learning and networking, all in a fun and social atmosphere.
SocialHRCamp provides attendees the opportunity to learn who the leading software platforms are in the market and what they can do to help you deliver great results. Don’t worry, there is no hard-selling! With low adoption of social media and HR technology within the HR Community it’s important that we introduce new technologies and push attendees beyond their comfort zones.