What Does it Mean to Work Human? Join Me in Austin, Texas to Find Out

by Jennifer Miller on October 30, 2017

in Human Resources, Leadership, Workplace Issues

Would you like to bring a bit more humanity into your workplace? Who wouldn’t? Sometimes our work lives make us feel like numbers on a spreadsheet. As an antidote to the daily grind of the workplace, I attend the WorkHuman conference to hear the best and brightest talk about the science behind human motivation, happiness and performance—and how those things contribute to a company’s bottom line.

I’ve written about why the WorkHuman conference is on my A-list for attendance. Their keynoters are top-notch; Michael J. Fox’s wisdom was straight from the heart and Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ down-to-earth relatability was palpable. This year, we’ll hear from New York Times bestselling authors Brene Brown and Adam Grant, with more keynoters to be announced. And the break out sessions, with topics such as, “Humanizing Your Employer Brand” and “Crowdsourcing and the Performance Revolution” provide real-life case studies from employers who are helping employees bring their best selves to work.

What’s it like to “work human?” How about if you join me for WorkHuman 2018 in Austin, Texas and see for yourself?

The WorkHuman Super Saver price of $895 ends Tuesday, October 31st. After that, the price moves to the Early Bird price of $1,195, which is good until December 31, 2017. After that, the price increases.

And, to sweeten the deal, I’ve got a discount code for you. You’ll save $100 off your conference fee when you enter “WH18INF-JVM” during your online registration. (My discount code is good no matter when you sign up. It’s courtesy of conference sponsor Globoforce.)

Register here.

It would be wonderful to spend time together helping advance the WorkHuman movement, to help business professionals engage the whole human at work while achieving business results.

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