Trish McFarlane, author of the HR Ringleader blog, is the VP of Global HCM Strategy & Product Management at Infor. She is also the CEO of H3 HR Advisors and CEO/ Co-Founder of HRevolutionize, LLP. A former HR executive and analyst with over 15 years of experience in Big 4 public accounting, PR, healthcare, and IT, Trish brings that knowledge to her clients as an analyst and advisor. She has expertise in:
- Leadership Development
- Performance Management
- Talent Acquisition
- Talent Management
- Training and Development
- Change Management
- Social Media for Business
Trish graduated from Webster University with a MA in Human Resource Management. She also holds a BA in Sociology and Minor in Political Science from the University of Missouri. She’s a working mother who loves writing, doing anything artistic, and volunteering for organizations that help children.
HR Industry Experience
Trish co-founded HRevolution (http://thehrevolution.org), a conference that highlights emerging trends and the future of HR, with the goal of providing an alternative networking and learning experience for business professionals who were tired of the traditional conference model. HRevolution is an event that inspires collaboration and innovative ideas in the human resource industry. She also co-founded the Women of HR blog (www.womenofhr.com) in order to give a voice to practitioners who are passionate about issues affecting women in the workplace.
Trish is the co-host of the most listened to HR industry podcast, the HR Happy Hour. She joins her co-host, Steve Boese, in episodes that focus on what is important to the HCM industry and leaders.
Trish has been a speaker at various events. Most recently keynoting at the HR Summit in Dubai and leading sessions at the The 19th Annual HR Technology Conference, Inforum 2016, HR Tech China, WI SHRM, SHRM Annual 2015, CIPD Milton Keynes (UK), PeopleFluent St. Louis and Kansas City, HRevolution, Disrupt Cleveland, MO SHRM (session and keynote), Silkroad Connections (keynote), and TRU London. She has received numerous accolades for her blogging and online efforts including:
- Bamboo HR’s Top 25 HR Blogs 2016
- Recruitee’s 2016’s 30 Most Influential People to Follow in the HR Tech World
- DevSkiller’s 2016’s 50 Most Game-Changing Influencers in Recruitment
- Glassdoor’s 2015 HR & Recruiting Thought Leaders to Follow
- Capterra’s 2015 Top 7 HR Podcasts
- Interview Mocha’s 2015 Top Recruitment Thought Leaders
- ETS Best HR Blogs 2015
- Workable’s Top 50 HR Twitterati in 2015
- BetterBuys Top 50 HR Blogs to Read in 2015
- SAP’s Top 51 Human Potential Influencers
- When I Work’s Top 10 HR Bloggers You Must Follow
- Bamboo HR 2014 Top 25 HR Blogs
- HRO’s Top HR Superstars
- The Huffington Post Top 100 Most Social HR Experts on Twitter (#12)
- HR Executive’s Next Gen Influencer Panel (2013)
- Jobscience’s Top 10 Not to Miss HR Blogs 2013
- Payscale’s 25 Must Read HR Blogs in 2013
- Bamboo HR’s Top 25 Socially Shared HR Blogs in 2012 (For HR Ringleader & Women of HR)
- SparkHire.com’s Top 10 HR Blog Posts of 2012
- Fistful of Talent’s Top 25 Talent Management Blogs of 2012
- #3 in Best Trench HR Blog Posts of 2012 as listed by HR Fishbowl.
- Expert HR’s Best of the HR Blogs, December 2012
- Tribe HR Top Ten HR Blogs in 2011
- HR Examiner’s Top 25 HR Digital Influencers (2011 and 2010)
- HR Examiner’s Top 25 Most Influential Online Recruiters (2010)
- HR Examiner’s Top 25 Online Influencers in Leadership (2011 and 2010)
- HR Examiner’s Top 25 Online Influencers in Talent Management (2010 and 2011)
- Ceridian’s “HR Thought Leaders” (December 2010)
- Monster.com’s Top 10 Blogs to follow on Twitter for 2010
She writes guest posts for several sites including Glassdoor.com, SocialMediaToday.com, Halogen’s “Lighter Side of HR”, and many others. She has also been cited in the Business Journal publications, USA Today, and HR Executive Magazine online.
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