Roll-up, Roll-up, Read All about It! #CIPD14

We invited a group of top HR bloggers to come along to the event and blog, tweet, vlog etc. They made a great team! This was our #CIPD14 blog squad line-up:

Whether you missed the HR highlight that was the CIPD Annual Conference in Manchester, or you just can't get enough - we've compiled a list of blogs for you to read - and also a social media report sharing some of our highlights and photos!

Amanda Arrowsmith
Limbering up for the CIPD Annual Conference 2014
Bring Brilliant Everyday – developing high performance leaders (notes from the session)
Reflecting on the first day of CIPD14

Damiana Casile
It was always going to be HR
Innovation and #CIPD14
Perry Timms announcing CIPD’s Social Media MOOC
MCIPD
An International Perspective
Megatrends
Curing Business Complacency: Creating Hunger in Paradise
Managing Cancer in the Workplace

Gemma Reucroft
Beyond today. #CIPD14
The way you make me feel. #CIPD14
Because I’m happy. #CIPD14
CIPD MOOC. Working digitally – social media and HR
All this behavioural stuff #cipd14
Better Working Lives? #CIPD14

Helen Amery
#CIPD14 – Gaining Greater Impact by Understanding Behavioural Science
#CIPD14 – Managing Strategic Change While Developing a Passionate HR Team
#CIPD14 #streetwisdom
#CIPD14 – Overcoming Barriers to Effective Leadership throughout the Organisation 
#CIPD14 – The Launch of the CIPD’s MOOC
#CIPD14 – Give & Take – A Revolutionary Approach to Success
#CIPD14 – a year ago today…

Helen Tracey
Why I’m Looking Forward to #CIPD14
The Future of Work
#CIPD14 Buzz Word: Collaboration
@HRpotential‘s Top Ten Sound Bites of #CIPD14
Behaviour: HR’s Redemption or HR’s Ruin? #CIPD14

David D'Souza
#CIPD14 - the final countdown
Street Wisdom - Free at CIPD 14 Conference
CIPD14 highlights and thoughts

Ian Pettigrew
CIPD14 – Are we all entrepreneurs now? Rita Gunther McGrath
CIPD14 – Advancing the profession – how Civil Service HR is a role model for change
CIPD14 – Maintaining drive and enthusiasm during change and innovation in SMEs
CIPD14 – Learning to work: Mentoring young people to build the future talent pipeline
CIPD14 – Overcoming barriers to effective leadership throughout the organisation
CIPD14 – Tailoring the learning experience – how people data can help
CIPD14 – Leaders in Learning – Ignite presentations
CIPD14 – All the blogs in one place

Julie Drybrough
Are We All Entrepreneurs Now?
Pack up your Porter – Make room for Entrepreneurial Thinking
Dr Alan Watkins - Being Brilliant Everyday
Advancing L&D
Neuroscience in Action

Kate Griffiths-Lambeth
Stuck Outside the Sweetshop - CIPD Annual Conference 2014
Connections

Phil Wilcox
The future model for HR - Opening address from #CIPD14
Being brilliant everyday - CIPD14
Reframing HR - Changing the game - CIPD14
How I feel right now..
#CIPD14 #Streetwisdom
Advancing L&D - #CIPD14
Applying neuro & behavioural science to L&D - #CIPD14

Tim Scott
Here comes #CIPD14
Are we all entrepreneurs now?
Creating impact and additional revenue through HR
Mentoring young people 
Managing change while developing your HR team
Leadership Communication 
The future of the UK jobs market
Ten Good Things

Also, take a look these photos of the event: Tim Scott's Flickr Album, Simon Heath's illustrations and Doug Shaw's ACE album.

And lastly, but certainly not in the least are the blogs from our honorary blogger and CIPD member LinkedIn group manager Mike Morrison...

Mike Morrison
Keynote speech launching #cipd14 with Rita Gunther McGrath
Being Brilliant Everyday #cipd14
Reframing HR – Changing the game of HR #cipd14
#cipd14 Curing business complacency
#cipd14 The science of happiness 
Future of work #cipd14
Gaining greater impact by understanding behavioural science #cipd14
Reframing HR – changing the game of HR #cipd14
#CIPD14 Being Brilliant Everyday – Developing Leadership
Are we all Entrepreneurs Now? #cipd14
#cipd14 Gaining greater impact by understanding behavioural science
Give and Take #cipd14

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