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A Bronco, an Author and Disruption…Oh My!

ICC August 5, 2015 0 Comments

Denver, Aug. 5, 2015 — Organizers of DisruptHR Denver have just announced renowned author (Culture Eats Strategy for Lunch and First, Break All the Rules) Curt Coffman and former Denver Bronco turned professional speaker Reggie Rivers will be among the “disruptors” presenting at the next DisruptHR Denver event, August 27, 5-8pm, at Casselman’s in Denver (26th & Walnut).

“We’re thrilled to have these local ‘celebrities’ sharing their insights on workplace culture and leadership as part of our event, the only event in Denver intentionally shaking up the way we think about and manage people in the workplace!” exclaimed organizers Meredith Masse and Mary Faulkner.

This is the fourth DisruptHR event in Denver, an evening of short, focused talks from professionals sharing their ideas on how we can move our “talent thinking” forward. The event borrows from the genius of TED Talks and Ignite, giving 10 speakers 5 minutes each to blow attendees’ minds with ideas that break traditional HR rules.

“This event is NOT just for human resources professionals,” Faulkner and Masse note. “Anyone who is passionate about evolving their organization’s people practices needs to be there. The networking isn’t too shabby either.”

For tickets: DisruptHR Denver Tickets

Got something disruptive to say?
Topic submissions due 8/6
If your topic is selected, you’ll provide 20 slides that we put on auto-advance every 15 seconds = 5 minutes. That’s it!
Presentations can be about anything so long as they pertain to talent in the workplace.

To submit your topic idea by 8/6:
Click “Sign Up to Disrupt” here

Watch talks from past DisruptHR events

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