In addition to her writing and consulting work, Sharlyn is an in-demand speaker who enjoys sharing her work experiences with HR and business audiences throughout the world. She has presented on strategic planning at the Annual Conference of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). She’s been a top speaker at HR Southwest for three years running and was rated one of the top speakers at SHRM’s Employment Management Association conference. Her workshop on human resources metrics was one of a handful selected to be featured as an on-line learning program for SHRM.
Her latest books, The Recruiter’s Handbook: A Complete Guide for Sourcing, Selecting, and Engaging the Best Talent and Manager Onboarding: 5 Steps for Setting New Leaders Up for Success was published by SHRM. Her first book, Essential Meeting Blueprints for Managers was released in March 2015.
Sharlyn has also authored four ATD InfoLines including Motivating Employees and Motivating Employees In the Digital Age. Finally, she was a contributing author to The ATD Management Development Handbook.
As an HR speaker Sharlyn Lauby can present on a wide variety of workplace issues but some of her most popular topics include:
The Art of Consensus Building
Strategies for Aligning Your Talent and Business Plans
Office Politics and Meetings: How to Manage Egos and Expectations
Stemming the Tide of Employee Turnover
Becoming a Leadership Role Model
What People Are Saying
Sharlyn has been a speaker two years in a row for our conference. I’ve attended her informative sessions, each receiving highly positive feedback. Her professional speaking style keeps attendees thoroughly engaged and wanting more. An excellent leader in the human resources profession.
Sharlyn is a dynamic and extremely well-informed speaker, and has zeroed in on the heart of any HR question I have asked her. She is honest, forthright and savvy about the complex, inter-connected world of business and personal communications we all experience today.
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