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jason-lauritsenName: Jason Lauritsen
Title: CEO
Company: Talent Anarchy
Session title: Nonprofit HR Innovation Hacklab
Session date/time:  Sunday, October 20 – 1:00 PM
LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonlauritsen
Twitter: @JasonLauritsen

Profile: Jason Lauritsen is the reformed corporate guy. For nearly a decade, he spent his days in the belly of the beast as a corporate Human Resources leader where he drove change from the inside. Today, he leads Talent Anarchy’s consulting practice to build cultures that fuel innovation. A born innovator, Jason has been making change happen since his grade school years. He is an accomplished and well-traveled keynote speaker. His speaking credentials include several SHRM Annual and National Conferences; SHRM state conferences including HRFlorida, Illinois, and Ohio; and talent management events in London, Mexico City, and Istanbul. He is a passionate, engaging and thought-provoking speaker who always scores high marks from his audiences.

At the Nonprofit HR Conference, Jason will guide you through the Nonprofit HR Innovation Hacklab where you will practice and walk away with some great hacks to apply to your work immediately at your organization.

The purpose of the Nonprofit HR Innovation Hacklab is simple: to teach people how to use the basic principles of computer hacking to create innovation HR within their work. Conceptually, it’s about realizing that HR innovation doesn’t happen like a lightning bolt striking with the sudden revelation of a game changing idea. Instead, HR innovation is built over time, one small improvement after another. Hacking is the perfect model and any one can do it.

It’s time to change your organization through HR – and the first step will be changing you.

Here’s a sneak peak:

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