July 12.2016, 12.20pm
9 Influential HR Leaders You Should Follow on Twitter
Here at CoreHR, we talk, tweet, blog, and post a lot about the latest trends in HR technology, everyday HR problems, and basically anything that’s going on in the HR world – all in the hope that we are helping make HR pros life that little bit easier. However, we are not the only ones with a hunger for knowledge, a thirst for change, and on a mission to make the world of work a better place. And thankfully so. We can’t do it alone.
There are tons of incredible people and resources online where you can learn about the latest and greatest in HR. Twitter is one of our favourite places to chat and hear the thoughts of some of the leading minds in HR, it’s incredible the amount of knowledge you can pack into just 140 characters. But with so many greats, comes the question – who to follow, or not to follow?
To help make that decision a little easier, we have listed (in no particular order) the HR influencers who we believe will bring lots of insight, inspiration and in some cases, even a little fun to your Twitter feed.
Let’s start things off with one of the leading minds in HR technology! Josh Bersin is the founder and principal analyst at Bersin by Deloitte who’s Human Capital Trends report is probably the most referenced report in the industry. Josh himself is an avid tweeter and a regular speaker at some the leading HR events around the globe.
Expect straight up insights. Each tweet packs a powerful punch of industry knowledge!
If you are already a Twitter user, you will have probably heard of Meghan. She is the founder of the #Tchat World of Work Community – the most popular Twitter chat on everything to do with talent management. That’s not all though, she is also the CEO of TalentCulture and regular contributor at Forbes and the Huffington Post. Megan is passionate about talent, you only have to take one look at her Twitter feed to know that much!
Expect to see lots on future work trends, employee engagement, company culture and much more.
David D’Souza is a respected speaker and writer. His expertise includes organisational development, digital HR, technology, engagement, and culture. He is a must-follow on Twitter, not only for his great insights, there is lots of humour too. His automatic out of office email replies can get very creative!
David is Head of CIPD London and Engagement (branches) so expect to hear about CIPD research, his latest blogs, employee engagement and much more.
Jeanne Meister helps global organisations re-think, re-imagine and re-invent the workplace. She is always way ahead of the curve when talking about trends that are shaping the future of work. She is an expert in digital HR and technology especially on the use of social media. Jeanne has won numerous awards and recognition for her forward thinking and writing.
Follow her for fantastic insights into the future of work and actionable strategies for the modern workplace.
Steve Boese has done it all: he’s a writer, author, speaker, teacher, and implementer of all things HR. An expert in HR technology, management, leadership, and recruiting. Steve currently holds the title of Co-Chair for the HR Technology Summit. He also hosts the weekly ‘HR Happy Hour’ show which is one of the most downloaded podcasts among HR leaders.
Steve maybe one of the busiest guys in the industry but he always manages to find time to tweet. A must-follow for all HR enthusiasts.
Jon is a definitely a frontrunner in HR innovation, technology and talent management. Working with some of the leading brands around the globe. He is a well-established writer with numerous publications under his belt. Jon is no stranger to the digital world either – he is a regular blogger and contributor too. We even worked with Jon when writing Four Strategies HR Leaders Can’t Ignore and How To Implement Them. Check it out!
Follow John for tips and advice on how to manage the full employee lifecycle.
Sharlyn Lauby, is the founder of the very popular HR Bartender blog. Sharlyn herself is an HR pro turned consultant and HR speaker. Sharlyn is the owner of probably the most active twitter feed on this list. Expect tons of helpful and practical HR advice plus lots of conversation about the workplace.
Pull up a stool, follow Sharlyn and have a chat with Twitter’s favourite HR bartender!
Perry is a People & Transformational HR extraordinaire. He is well known for his fantastic energy and passion for people and the future of work. Perry recently shared his views on the topic at TEDx and how he feels the world of work is about to explode in terms of accessibility and opportunity. Perry is also the Advisor to CIPD on Social Media & Engagement so you can be sure he knows a thing or two about crafting the perfect tweet!
Follow Perry for insight, inspiration and lots of interesting HR conversations.
Laszlo leads the Google’s people function, and is responsible for attracting, developing, retaining, and delighting Googlers. He is also the author of ‘Work Rules’ – which was listed in the Top Creative Leadership Books of 2015. Google has been named the Best Company to Work for more than 30 times around the world and is well-known for generally being an awesome place to work so you can be sure that Laszlo knows what he is talking (and tweeting) about. Like us, he is on a mission to make the workplace a great place!
Expect lots on leadership, expert advice, Google insights and bucket loads of HR inspiration.
Did we miss anyone?
And that’s it… If your name isn’t on the list and you think it should, tweet us @CoreHR! Happy tweeting!
By Edel Walsh