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    • 22 May 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Mesabi Range College

    Featuring the following  


    Ellie Krug, “Gray Area Thinking”

    Have you walked away from unconscious bias trainings think-ing, “Thanks but what can I really do about bias?” If so, Gray Area Thinking™ offers a new way of addressing the ways that humans label, sort and group other humans and otherwise engage in tribalism—the preference for others who look or act like us. Most importantly, Gray Area Thinking™ teaches a toolset (awareness, risk-taking, compassion) that’s easy to grasp and easy to use.

    In 2009, while an Iowa civil trial attorney with 100+ trials, Ellen (Ellie) Krug (pronounced “Kroog”), transitioned from male to female. She later became one of the few attorneys nationally to try jury cases in separate genders. From 2011 to 2016, she served as the executive director of Call for Justice, LLC, a Minneapolis legal nonprofit that was conferred an American Bar Association award for innovatively increasing legal access. http://humaninspirationworks.com/


    Kate Bishoff, “#MeToo Two Years Later”

    Harassment has dominated the news and social media for the last year, fanning fears that all the money we have invested in harassment training has been for naught. So what should we do? This session covers the various movements and the poten-tial for backlash.

    Kate Bischoff is an overly enthusiastic, sarcastic, and opinion-ated management-side employment attorney and SHRM-SCP-certified HR pro. She works closely with management, HR folk, and technology companies to improve organizations and make it easier to recruit and retain talent through having easy-to-understand policies, easy-to-use technology, and easy-to-explain compliance initiatives. Kate has been recognized by The New York Times, CNN.com, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, National Public Radio, and other journalistic sources as a leading authority on harassment, technology in the work-place, and employment law. https://thrivelawconsulting.com/

    Justin Terch, “Generations in the Workplace”

    This presentation will explore the different generational cohorts in the modern workforce and how each cohort contributes to the overall value of an organization. By identifying the key areas of strengths and the professional values that each cohort uniquely brings to an organization, attendees will be better prepared to maximize the effectiveness of professionals from differ-ent age groups, grow in appreciation for diversity, and learn to manage potential conflict.

    Justin L. Terch, SPHR, MA, MBA is a human resources consultant and Managing Partner at Terch & Associates in Duluth Minne-sota. His work includes general human resources compliance, internal investigations, labor and employee relations, and conflict resolution. He is Senior Lecturer at the University of Wisconsin - Superior teaching Human Resources and Mediation courses since 2011. Justin earned his undergraduate degree in legal studies and has graduate degrees in business and management.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the AHRA website.
    • 4 Jun 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • 2030 Adams St, Mankato, MN 56001

    This is a great opportunity to meet with other HR professionals and have an informal discussion of hot topics and challenges we are experiencing. 

    The SMAHRA Networking Lunch is held the 1st Tuesday of each month at noon at the WOW Zone. To provide us with quick and efficient meal service, the Wow Zone provides a group menu with 3 or 4 choices, all items just $10 (beverage, tax & tip included), though you may also choose from the daily meal special. Just pay at the main counter upon your arrival.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the SMAHRA website.


    • 5 Jun 2019
    • TBD

    Employment Law Seminar


    For additional event and registration information, please visit the https://wcmnshrm.shrm.org/events/2019/06/employment-law-seminar website.

    • 6 Jun 2019
    • 7:45 AM - 10:00 AM
    • General Mills, Inc. Number One General Mills Blvd MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota 55426 United States

    We are excited to hear from a representative of International SOS, a Director of Corporate Security from a Fortune 500 company and a Manager within the Cargill Global Mobility team on how they work together to ensure the safety and security of their employees travelling internationally and employees on cross-border assignments.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCSHRM website.

    • 11 Jun 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    Understanding what unconscious bias is and how it impacts our decisions is key to fostering inclusive and diverse workplaces, practices and leadership. Unconscious preferenc and bias are the default settings in humans; It is universal and hard wired into every brain. Bias is based on experience and is personal, cultural and organizational.

    We are unaware of these subtle influences and the potential reach of their implications. This interactive talk focuses on the unconscious processing that shapes how we engage those around us, make decisions and create our workplaces. We will also explore how we can work to change negative outcomes.

    For additional information, please visit the Winona Area SHRM website.


    • 13 Jun 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Owatonna Country Club

    Please visit the South Central MN SHRM website for additional information.

    • 13 Jun 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Northern Cowboy Flame N’ Brew 19090 State Hwy 371 Brainerd, MN 56401

    This training provides the top ten tips (and a few extras!) on how to conduct effective internal workplace investigations. With real-world stories and experiences laced throughout the presentation, attendees will leave with a simplframework of how to conduct internal investigations that make you look fairreasonable, and professional. while gathering the necessary information to make management decisions.

    Justin 
    L. Terch SPHR is the Managing Partner of Terch & Associates LLC a management consulting firm specializing ihuman resources, compensation, and labor relations strategies. Justin holds an undergraduate degree in legal studies, a Master of Arts in Management Science and a Master of Business Administration.  He spent 4 years of his career as a full-time professional workplace investigator and has been the " in-house" HR Director at numerous organizations in the public and private sectors.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the LAHRA website.

    • 13 Jun 2019
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Normandale Lake Office Park Conference Center - 8000 Classroom 5600 West 83rd Street Bloomington, Minnesota 55437 United States

    Who doesn’t want to be described as a “common sense thinker” or as someone who has “innate common sense” – really it’s the ultimate compliment. It means people can see the simplicity and objectiveness of your thoughts and actions. As HR and business leaders we impact people’s daily lives – with our policies, management style, recognition, processes and programs. Come learn how to reflect and move forward with a common sense approach that will increase your professional credibility, inspire people to seek out your opinion and make your days and nights easier at work and in life. We’ll be focusing on the 10 pillars of common sense, their order and importance, as well as how to apply them.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCSHRM website.


    • 13 Jun 2019
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Normandale Lake Office Park Conference Center - 8000 Classroom 5600 West 83rd Street Bloomington, Minnesota 55437

    Common sense – it’s a term we use when encouraging others to make smart decisions, but at what point do we, as HR professionals and business leaders, reflect on what that actual means?

    Who doesn’t want to be described as a “common sense thinker” or as someone who has “innate common sense” – really it’s the ultimate compliment. It means people can see the simplicity and objectiveness of your thoughts and actions. As HR and business leaders we impact people’s daily lives – with our policies, management style, recognition, processes and programs. Come learn how to reflect and move forward with a common sense approach that will increase your professional credibility, inspire people to seek out your opinion and make your days and nights easier at work and in life. We’ll be focusing on the 10 pillars of common sense, their order and importance, as well as how to apply them.

    Join us as we present this content for the very first time in the Twin Cities (where it was born)...

    Agenda

    • 2:00 - 2:30pm     Registration & Networking     
    • 2:30 - 4:30pm     Twin Cities SHRM Kickoff & Program
    • 4:30 - 5:00pm      Q&A and Closing

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCSHRM website.

    • 19 Jun 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Courtyard by Marriott 901 Raintree Rd Mankato, MN 56001

    For additional event and registration information visit the SMAHRA website

    • 19 Jun 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Courtyard by Marriott 901 Raintree Rd Mankato, MN 56001

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the SMAHRA website.

    • 19 Jun 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online

    Presented by Judy and Sarah Shoulak        

    This engaging webinar will enable participants to navigate and resolve conflict more effectively.  Judy Shoulak and Sarah Shoulak will provide foundational tools that help managers and leaders of all levels know how to identify conflict, facilitate conversations, and empower their team to resolve their own issues.

    In this interactive program, participants will:

    • Be able to identify significant areas of conflict that may require focused attention.
    • Learn to navigate conflict scenarios and understand how to bring issues to effective resolution.
    • Learn to lead others to resolve their own unhealthy conflicts if/when they arise.

    Speakers:

    Judy Shoulak, Relatively Speaking

    Judy received her Bachelors Degree in Business Administration/Human Resources from Capital University in Columbus Ohio.  She spent a total of 15 years in Human Resources.  This, paired with 20 years in Operations, ultimately led her to become the President of Buffalo Wild Wings, North America.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCSHRM website.

    • 19 Jun 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Webinar

    This engaging webinar will enable participants to navigate and resolve conflict more effectively.  Judy Shoulak and Sarah Shoulak will provide foundational tools that help managers and leaders of all levels know how to identify conflict, facilitate conversations, and empower their team to resolve their own issues.

    In this interactive program, participants will:

    • Be able to identify significant areas of conflict that may require focused attention.
    • Learn to navigate conflict scenarios and understand how to bring issues to effective resolution.
    • Learn to lead others to resolve their own unhealthy conflicts if/when they arise.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCSHRM website.

    • 20 Jun 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Country Inn and Suites 235 Park Ave. S St. Cloud, MN 56301

    Employee engagement has morphed into employee “experience.” What are the new deliverables that will “bond” the employee to your company? Additionally, retention is not enough. You are also looking for employee passion and commitment to their job.  This presentation will disclose the “secret sauce” that solidifies employee performance and engagement.

    Speaker Information:

    Rick owned and led four companies through triple digit growth, achieving industry-leading retention rates of more than 92 percent. As CEO of a human performance consulting company he delivered executive and manager coaching, strategic planning, team building, and corporate culture assessments for hundreds of business leaders and their companies. He also wrote extensively on those subjects.  Rick partnered in a retained search firm, interviewing over 10,000 professionals, and played a key role in the development and facilitation of 10 CEO roundtable groups. Rick earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from St. Johns University, Collegeville, Minnesota and has served for 12 years on the board of directors of a public company. He is a member of the audit committee and chair of the compensation and governance/nominating committees.

    Registration cost includes lunch

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the CMSHRM website.

    • 23 Jun 2019
    • 26 Jun 2019
    • Las Vegas Convention Center 3150 Paradise Rd Las Vegas, NV 89109

    There is no better place for HR professional development than SHRM’s Annual Conference & Exposition.

    By attending, you’ll gain the tools and resources you need to implement successful HR practices – which help your company succeed

    For additional event details and registration visit the SHRM website.

    • 2 Jul 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • 2030 Adams St, Mankato, MN 56001

    This is a great opportunity to meet with other HR professionals and have an informal discussion of hot topics and challenges we are experiencing. 

    The SMAHRA Networking Lunch is held the 1st Tuesday of each month at noon at the WOW Zone. To provide us with quick and efficient meal service, the Wow Zone provides a group menu with 3 or 4 choices, all items just $10 (beverage, tax & tip included), though you may also choose from the daily meal special. Just pay at the main counter upon your arrival.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the SMAHRA website.


    • 9 Jul 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    Drowning in Documentation: Staying Compliant and Current with Handbooks, Investigations, and Other Employment Documentation

    For additional information, please visit the Winona Area SHRM website.


    • 11 Jul 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Northern Cowboy Flame N’ Brew

    The Aging Workforce: As the workforce ages, employers often struggle with how to accommodate or otherwise address an aging employee’s disability and long-term health issues.  

    This interactive session will discuss the legal issues that arise with an aging workforce under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and Workers Compensation. This session will also provide guidance on how to navigate through these legal issues in a proactive manner.

    Tom Revnew has represented employers in connection with the full range of employment and labor law issues for twenty-five years.

    For additional event and registration details visit the LAHRA website.

    • 11 Jul 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Northern Cowboy Flame N’ Brew 19090 State Hwy 371 Brainerd, MN 56401

    As the workforce ages, employers often struggle with how to accommodate or otherwise address an aging employee’s disability and long-term health issues.   This interactive session will discuss the legal issues that arise with an aging workforce under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and Workers Compensation. This session will also provide guidance on how to navigate through these legal issues in a proactive manner.

    Tom Revnew has represented employers in connection with the full range of employment and labor law issues for twenty-five years. He has successfully litigated a wide-variety of labor and employment law claims before state and federal courts and administrative agencies, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful discharge claims.  Tom works with employers to avoid costly and time consuming litigation by providing counseling regarding hiring, discipline, discharge, and other employment matters. He is a frequent speaker on a national, state and local level of labor and employment law topics. 

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the LAHRA website.



    • 17 Jul 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Webinar

    Given the prevalence of social media, there is more raw data available about candidates than ever before.  Human Resources professionals are often tasked with filtering this data and ensuring recruiting and Screening candidates is done in a compliant manner.  This presentation will address common issues associated with sourcing and screening candidates, from reviewing Facebook and LinkedIn pages – to conducting old-fashioned reference checks via phone

    In this interactive program, participants will learn:

    1. How to Avoid Common Recruiting & Hiring Mistakes in the Social Media Age
    2. Best Practices for Conducting Standard Background Checks
    3. Best Practices for Checking Candidate References

     

    Speakers:

    Jessica Bradley

    Jessica Bradley practices in all areas of employment law. She has experience representing employers in charges of discrimination and retaliation, whistleblower actions, FRSA claims, labor-management relations and class-action ADEA claims.

    Jessica has experience handling and resolving a broad range of issues in state and federal courts, arbitration, and before state and federal agencies.   Before joining Littler, Jessica worked in the corporate legal department of a large private corporation with retail stores throughout the Midwest, where she managed litigation of general liability, intellectual property and employment law claims and assisted with employee benefit plan compliance.



    Michael R. Link

    Michael R. Link represents and counsels clients in a broad range of labor and employment law matters. Knowledgeable in traditional labor law, Michael has experience with all stages of litigation in both state and federal courts, as well as in arbitration and work before state and federal agencies. 

    Prior to joining Littler, he worked at a boutique labor and employment law firm in Minneapolis and clerked for Judge Kurt Marben of the Ninth Judicial District of Minnesota.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCSHRM website.


    • 25 Jul 2019
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Surly Brewing Company 520 Malcom Ave SE Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414

    Join your fellow Twin Cities SHRM members for an evening full of networking, prizes, beverages/appetizers and fun at Surly Brewing Company! Please register as soon as possible as this event will surly (get it) sell out!

    Networking ROCKS at the Twin Cities SHRM Members-Only Social so come ready to connect! 

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCSHRM website.


    • 26 Jul 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

    Agenda: 

    11:30am - 11:45am Lunch 

    11:45am - 12:00pm Announcements 
    12:00pm - 1:00pm Program

    Sandy King for Angele Hartell
    NW Minnesota Regional
    Workforce Alliance

    For additional event and registration details, visit the West Central MN SHRM website.

    • 6 Aug 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • 2030 Adams St, Mankato, MN 56001

    This is a great opportunity to meet with other HR professionals and have an informal discussion of hot topics and challenges we are experiencing. 

    The SMAHRA Networking Lunch is held the 1st Tuesday of each month at noon at the WOW Zone. To provide us with quick and efficient meal service, the Wow Zone provides a group menu with 3 or 4 choices, all items just $10 (beverage, tax & tip included), though you may also choose from the daily meal special. Just pay at the main counter upon your arrival.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the SMAHRA website.


    • 8 Aug 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Northern Cowboy Flame N’ Brew 19090 State Hwy 371 Brainerd, MN 56401

    How can you communicate in a positive and professional manner, in even the most difficult situations?

    Hear how to approach others, including polarizing personalities, negative employees, and those resistant to change.

    Bring your biggest challenge on this topic to this interactive session, and learn how to be positive in all situations, and help others do the same!

    Mike Henke's passion for building strong teams led to the creation of Mike Henke Inc, and he works with organizations throughout the country in the areas of Leadership Training, Recruiting & Retention, and Positive Workplace Environment.  Mike has created over 50 training programs, is a former SHRM Chapter President, and has presented at 7 SHRM State Conferences and for 24 chapters!

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the LAHRA website.

    • 13 Aug 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    Performance feedback, whether it's given in the formal performance review or in a one-on-one coaching session, can be a stressor for both the manager and the employee. When feedback is not deliver well, or not given at all, it results in extra visits to the HR professional.

    This program was created to address the issues with giving feedback and ways to help managers deliver feedback in a way that is received as a gift instead of criticism.

    In this program, attendees will discover:

    • Difference types of feedback
    • The impacts of not giving quality feedback
    • The biggest mistakes leaders make when delivering feedback
    • a 4-step formula for delivering feedback in a way that is received as a gift
    • How to make coaching sessions and performance evaluations a positive experience for both employee and leader

    For additional information, please visit the Winona Area SHRM website.


    • 15 Aug 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Country Inn and Suites 235 Park Ave. S St. Cloud, MN 56301

    Performance reviews play a key role in providing helpful feedback to managers and employees.  When conducted and written well, reviews have the potential to increase engagement and improve performance.  Yet, too often these important conversations and documentations fall flat.  Employees walk away unsure of what their manager really thinks or how they can improve their work - or worse, an inaccurate picture of their performance.  As HR professionals we can lead the change by coaching reviewers to create meaningful performance appraisals that benefit both the employees and the organization.

    In this one hour workshop participants will: Receive practical recommendations for delivering useful performance reviews.  Learn elements which consitute valuable/relevant performance ratings and reviews.  Learn a method that provides useful feedback that enhances performance. 

    Speaker Information:

    As a senior consultant with The Amborn Group, LLC Julie knows that when experiencing challenges today, organizations need strategies that can be implemented tomorrow.  Whether it's individual, team or leadership development, Julie consistently focuses on practical applications that will do just that.  Effectively delivering customized strategies within small-to mid-sized firms, Julie's expertise in assessment helps The Amborn Group's clients get to the root cause of every issue and receive bulls-eye strategies that bring big value.

    As a professional facilitator, coach and organizational development consultant with The Amborn Group, Julie holds a master's degree in Human Resources Development and is a graduate of The Coaches Training Institute.  She is also an Associate Certified Coach from the International Coach Federation, an active member of the American Society of Training and Development, as well as a member of the Minnesota Change Management Network and International Coach Federation.  In addition to her work with The Amborn Group, Julie also teaches Coaching Performance and Managing Performance Problems in the Supervision & Management Series at Normandale Community College and has facilitated Performance Management training for clients such as Agri Bank System in the Upper Midwest.  The Amborn Group is proud to have Julie A. Berg on our team.

    Registration cost includes lunch

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the CMSHRM website.

    • 3 Sep 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • 2030 Adams St, Mankato, MN 56001

    This is a great opportunity to meet with other HR professionals and have an informal discussion of hot topics and challenges we are experiencing. 

    The SMAHRA Networking Lunch is held the 1st Tuesday of each month at noon at the WOW Zone. To provide us with quick and efficient meal service, the Wow Zone provides a group menu with 3 or 4 choices, all items just $10 (beverage, tax & tip included), though you may also choose from the daily meal special. Just pay at the main counter upon your arrival.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the SMAHRA website.


    • 10 Sep 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    For additional information, please visit the Winona Area SHRM website.

    • 12 Sep 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Northern Cowboy Flame N’ Brew 19090 State Hwy 371 Brainerd, MN 56401

    During this presentation, you will:

    • Learn a systemic model to effectively address sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace
    • Learn the most common barriers to the critical organizational change
    • Explore your own internal barriers to addressing sexual harassment and discrimination
    • Experience a new conversation
    Shelly and Chris both hold MA degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy. Through their academic journey in understanding systems theory and human dynamics, they were inspired by the integration of their professional experiences to evolve the effectiveness of critical change efforts such as dissolving sexual harassment and discrimination.

    Shelly launched her professional career with a MS in Statistics and has served as an internal and external consultant for a wide range of organizational change initiatives for over 25 years. Her clients include General Mills, Land O Lakes, Cenex Harvest States, and Cargill. Chris holds a J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law and is building on a 30 year career as a practicing attorney and in risk management. You can learn more about Shelly and Chris at www.SHDchange.com.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the LAHRA website.

    • 18 Sep 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online - once registered you will receive a WebEx invite within a week of the webinar date United States

    Today’s workplace is full of constant change, pressure to perform and workplace practices that either build or tear down engagement. With an ever increasing number of employees working remotely or with teams across the country, there’s a new feeling of isolation. This session will explore best practices and lessons learned for leading and growing teams in the "Age of Isolation."

    In this interactive program, participants will:

    1. Explore the importance of building trust, setting input and feedback rhythms and treating employees equally but not the same.

    2. Learn how to build rapport through new "watercooler" conversations and see the power and importance of asking the right questions.

    3. Receive practical tips and lessons learned for engaging remote, isolated, or disenfranchised employees.


    For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCSHM website.

     

    • 18 Sep 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Webinar

    Today’s workplace is full of constant change, pressure to perform and workplace practices that either build or tear down engagement. With an ever increasing number of employees working remotely or with teams across the country, there’s a new feeling of isolation. This session will explore best practices and lessons learned for leading and growing teams in the "Age of Isolation."

    In this interactive program, participants will:

    1. Explore the importance of building trust, setting input and feedback rhythms and treating employees equally but not the same.
    2. Learn how to build rapport through new "watercooler" conversations and see the power and importance of asking the right questions.
    3. Receive practical tips and lessons learned for engaging remote, isolated, or disenfranchised employees.

    Speaker:

    Keith Peterson, MRA

    Keith loves to tell stories, motivate teams, and help people find their personal gifts. He’s passionate about mentoring others and helping organizations build and lead effective teams. He leads MRA’s Learning & Development division, with responsibilities to expand leadership and HR training programs and educational offerings, including scheduled/public programs, tailored onsite training, and virtual e-learning throughout MRA’s four-state Midwest footprint.

    Keith is a marketing leader, trainer and educator, and keynote speaker. He’s a highly influential and collaborative executive best known for creating motivated, high-performing teams. As an HR industry veteran, Keith brings to MRA considerable knowledge and expertise from his 25-year HR industry career. Most recently he served as the vice president of marketing at Ceridian, a global human capital management software company.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCSHRM website.


    • 19 Sep 2019
    • Golden Valley Country Club 7001 Golden Valley Rd Minneapolis, Minnesota 55427-4609 United States

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCSHRM website.

    • 19 Sep 2019
    • 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Golden Valley Country Club 7001 Golden Valley Rd Golden Valley, Minnesota 55427-4609

    Keynote Speakers

    Val Grubb - Stepping up your Game: Moving from Tactical Thinker to Strategic Leader

    The inclination facing every employee is to deal with what's right in front of him or her—that is, what's due today. And yes, sometimes you do have to take that "here and now" approach. But if you find hours or even days going by where you're focused only on tactical issues, you're doing yourself, the HR department, and your company a disservice.

    According to a survey by Professor David Ulrich of the University of Michigan, a leading expert on HR competency models, 20% of senior leaders currently use the HR department as a business solution partners while 60% of executives expect the HR department to partner with others departments to improve the company’s core competencies and competitive advantages.

    The critical question becomes: How much time and energy do you spend focused on the strategic growth issues vs. entrenched in tactical day-to-day tasks? If the answer is not enough, then attend this session to learn the 5 steps to help you transition from a tactical-thinker to a strategic leader. 


    Pam Borton - Coaching Resilience and Mental Toughness in the Workplace

    The workplace today is filled with endless change, disruption and high expectations. Without a team filled with resilience and mental toughness, your workplace doesn’t stand a chance. Just like a muscle, resilience needs strength training, consistent exercise, and special coaching. Pam will share real-life experiences, tools and strategies on how elite athletes, teams and organizations master mental toughness and build a resilient mindset. You will learn how to move on from adversity and failure, and how to use resilience to outperform your competition. Leaders and successful teams don’t stay on top because they always win – they stay on top because they are able move on to the next play.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCSHRM website.


    • 19 Sep 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • TBD

    This half day session is meant to education and update attendees on statute changes and new case rulings given over the past year so that they can prepare their business' on relevant changes that affect them.  

    Speaker Information:

    Attorney Betsey Lund Ross is a native of Sauk Rapids, Minnesota and is actively involved in many civic organizations in the greater St. Cloud area.  Betsey has established herself as one of the top lawyers in Central Minnesota area and is often asked to present to civic and business groups on a variety of legal matters.  Betsey is dedicated to the greater St. Cloud area and continues to make her mark as a leader clients can count on.

    Betsey received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her Juris Doctor from Mitchell Hamline School of Law.  She received the CALI award for the highest grade in her Employment Law and Tax Law classes.  She was also awarded First Place in the American Bar Association Regional Representation in Mediation Moot Court Competition.

    During law school, Betsey was a litigation clerk for the League of Minnesota Cities in St. Paul, Minnesota.  After graduating from law school, Betsey worked as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Jodi L. Williamson in Olmsted County (Rochester, Minnesota). Prior to establishing Lund Ross, P.A., Betsey worked as an Associate Attorney for a local law firm and then established Lund Ross, P.A. in June 2014.  In 2013, Betsey was selected as a "5 Under 40" by the St. Cloud Times for her civic involvement and innovation in the legal community.

    Registration cost includes lunch

    Registration will be open in the near future.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the CMSHRM website.

    • 1 Oct 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • 2030 Adams St, Mankato, MN 56001

    This is a great opportunity to meet with other HR professionals and have an informal discussion of hot topics and challenges we are experiencing. 

    The SMAHRA Networking Lunch is held the 1st Tuesday of each month at noon at the WOW Zone. To provide us with quick and efficient meal service, the Wow Zone provides a group menu with 3 or 4 choices, all items just $10 (beverage, tax & tip included), though you may also choose from the daily meal special. Just pay at the main counter upon your arrival.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the SMAHRA website.


    • 10 Oct 2019
    • Northland Center 3600 American Blvd W Concourse Level Bloomington, Minnesota 55431

    This is a program based on the award-winning book, The 20-Minute Networking Meeting.  Networking is important in every career and stage.  We’ll learn how to do it right. 

    In this session, attendees will learn:

    • Learn about the types of networking and the importance of networking.
    • Learn how to set up, plan for, and execute a successful networking meeting.
    • Learn how to network in a variety of settings and online. 

    Speaker

    Marcia Ballinger is a longtime Twin Cities executive search leader.  She is Co-Founder and Principal at Ballinger|Leafblad, St Paul-based search firm focused on serving the non-profit sector. 

    Marcia has a BS in Business Administration and an MA in Speech-Communication along with a PhD in Organization and Management from Capella University where she later served as chair of the board of directors.  She is currently a board member of two people oriented companies,  (HRConnection and Employee Strategies, Inc.) as well as Children’s Home Society and Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul.  Marcia was named one of the Real Power 50 by Minnesota Business in 2014, an Top Woman in Business by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal in 2008 and a Luminary Award Winner by the National Association of Women Business Owners in 2006.  She was in the inaugural group of 50 Over 50 named by AARP in 2016.

    A resident of St. Paul, Marcia and her husband Brad have one adult daughter and a French Bulldog, Reggie with whom she participates as a registered therapy dog team.  Marcia is the author of “The 20-Minute Networking Meeting,” and “Winning the Executive Interview”.

    For additional event information and registration, please visit the TCSHRM website.

    • 13 Oct 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • 15 Oct 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • Mayo Civic Center 30 Civic Center Dr SE, Rochester, MN 55904
    Register



    • 14 Oct 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • 30 Civic Center Drive SE, Rochester, MN 55904-3701
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    The 2019 MNSHRM Annual State Conference presents a unique opportunity to connect directly to over 525 HR professionals in Minnesota.

    The conference is the largest gathering of HR professionals throughout the year and provides a unique opportunity to gain exposure with your key customer audiences.

    Partnering with MNSHRM as a sponsor will give you the chance to:

    • Launch new products and services
    • Collect high-quality sales leads
    • Build brand awareness
    • Cultivate customer relationships

     

    • 5 Nov 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • 2030 Adams St, Mankato, MN 56001

    This is a great opportunity to meet with other HR professionals and have an informal discussion of hot topics and challenges we are experiencing. 

    The SMAHRA Networking Lunch is held the 1st Tuesday of each month at noon at the WOW Zone. To provide us with quick and efficient meal service, the Wow Zone provides a group menu with 3 or 4 choices, all items just $10 (beverage, tax & tip included), though you may also choose from the daily meal special. Just pay at the main counter upon your arrival.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the SMAHRA website.

    • 12 Nov 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    Marches, protests, Facebook, Twitter, kneeling, hand gestures: freedom of speech is a hot topic these days. Explore the free speech rights and limitations of employees, focusing on the First Amendment and real-life situations.

    For additional information, please visit the Winona Area SHRM website.

    • 13 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

    For event and registration information, visit the North Star SHRM website.

    • 20 Nov 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Webinar

    Presented by Daniel Stewart      

    Whether it is a hallway conversation or a formal one-on-one meeting, the ability of a manager to effectively coach an employee is arguably the most valuable skill a manager can possess. Strong coaches regularly ask probing questions, provide timely and actionable feedback, and follow up on prioritized actions. Great coaching enables great leadership. Join Daniel Stewart of Stewart Leadership for this engaging webinar to take coaching skills to the next level for you, your team, and the managers and leaders in organization. 

    In this interactive program, participants will:

    1. Learn to identify a coachable moment and act on it.
    2. Discuss 6 factors for great, impromptu coaching and develop a plan to implement them.
    3. Identify 8 essential coaching behaviors for all managers to develop and practice.
    For additional and event registration visit the TCSHRM website.


    • 20 Nov 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    Whether it is a hallway conversation or a formal one-on-one meeting, the ability of a manager to effectively coach an employee is arguably the most valuable skill a manager can possess. Strong coaches regularly ask probing questions, provide timely and actionable feedback, and follow up on prioritized actions. Great coaching enables great leadership. Join Daniel Stewart of Stewart Leadership for this engaging webinar to take coaching skills to the next level for you, your team, and the managers and leaders in organization. 

    In this interactive program, participants will:

    1. Learn to identify a coachable moment and act on it.
    2. Discuss 6 factors for great, impromptu coaching and develop a plan to implement them.
    3. Identify 8 essential coaching behaviors for all managers to develop and practice.

     Daniel Stewart, Stewart Leadership

    Daniel J. Stewart is a sought-after talent management and leadership development consultant and coach with proven experience advising senior leaders, leading change, and designing leadership-rich organizations. He leads Stewart Leadership’s extensive consulting practice, business development, and international partnerships. For over fifteen years, he has been an internal and external organizational development executive and consultant delivering talent and team development solutions, executive leadership coaching, group facilitation, change management, organizational design, and strategic planning. He is the co-author of the award-winning book, LEAD NOW! A Personal Leadership Coaching Guide for Results-Driven Leaders, which was awarded first place by the National Indie Excellence Book Award for best leadership book and has articles in Executive ExcellencePracticing ODProposal Management, and HR.com.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the TCHSRM website.


    • 3 Dec 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • 2030 Adams St, Mankato, MN 56001

    This is a great opportunity to meet with other HR professionals and have an informal discussion of hot topics and challenges we are experiencing. 

    The SMAHRA Networking Lunch is held the 1st Tuesday of each month at noon at the WOW Zone. To provide us with quick and efficient meal service, the Wow Zone provides a group menu with 3 or 4 choices, all items just $10 (beverage, tax & tip included), though you may also choose from the daily meal special. Just pay at the main counter upon your arrival.

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the SMAHRA website.

    • 10 Dec 2019
    • Mayo Civic Center Rochester, MN

    For additional event and registration information, please visit the Winona Area SHRM website.


    • 12 Dec 2019
    • 5:30 PM
    • TBD

    For additional event and registration details, visit the North Star SHRM website.

    • 12 Jan 2020
    • 13 Jan 2020
    • Marriott Minneapolis NW 7025 Northland Dr N, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428

    Calling all 2020 Minnesota SHRM Chapter Leaders!

    If you will be in a leadership role in your chapter in 2020, you are invited to the Leadership Conference.

    During this event we focus on providing leadership tools and resources that you can take back to your chapters.

    Stay tuned for more information or contact Christine at admin@mnshrm.com.

    • 11 Oct 2020
    • 13 Oct 2020
    • Mystic Lake Casino and Hotel - 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd NW, Prior Lake, MN 55372

    Save the date for the 2020 Minnesota State Conference

    Keynote Speakers


    Ryan Estis has more than 20 years of experience as a top-performing sales professional and leader. As the former chief strategy officer for the McCann Worldgroup advertising agency NAS, he brings a fresh perspective to business events. As a keynote speaker, Ryan is known for his innovative ideas on leading change, improving sales effectiveness and preparing for the future of work. He was recently recognized as one of “the best keynote speakers ever heard” by Meetings & Conventions magazine alongside Tony Robbins, Bill Gates, Colin Powell and Mike Ditka.

    Ryan delivers keynote speeches, courses and online learning with an emphasis on actionable content designed to elevate business performance. His curriculum emphasizes emerging trends influencing corporate culture, communication, collaboration, leadership, sales and brand experience. Ryan helps participants prepare to thrive in today’s ultra-competitive, hyper-connected business environment.


    Jerry Holl is a two-time award-winning author, professional speaker, independent business consultant, and weekend warrior. He holds an engineering degree, an MBA, and has over three decades of sales and leadership experience. Jerry resides in Minnesota with his wife and has three grown children.

    Information will be posted as it is available.

    Please contact Christine for additional information.

    • 10 Oct 2021
    • 12 Oct 2021
    • Mystic Lake Casino and Hotel - 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd. Prior Lake, MN 55372

    Save the Date for the 2021 MNSHRM State Conference

    Information will be posted as available. 

    Please contact Christine for additional information.

Past Chapter Events

22 May 2019 RHRA - HR Roundtable
20 May 2019 TCSHRM - 2019 Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute
17 May 2019 West Central Minnesota SHRM - Harassment and Bullying in the Workplace
16 May 2019 CMSHRM - Bring It On! Finding that Sweet Blend of Teamwork During Times of Change by Brenda Clark Hamilton
16 May 2019 SMAHRA - Building A Better Employee Handbook with Kate Bischoff
15 May 2019 RHRA - How SHIP (Statewide Health Improvement Partnership) Can Help Workplace Wellness
14 May 2019 Winona Area SHRM - Connecting People with Purpose
14 May 2019 Northland HRA - Effective Communication In and Out of the Workplace
14 May 2019 NHRA - Effective Communication In and Out of the Workplace
14 May 2019 Northland HRA - Strategic Planning Workshop
13 May 2019 NHRA - Strategic Planning Workshop
10 May 2019 TCSHRM - 2019 Spring Conference
9 May 2019 LAHRA - Violence In The Workplace Readiness Training - MAY CHAPTER MEETING
9 May 2019 South Central MN SHRM - Hiring is Hard Work
8 May 2019 North Star SHRM - Kate Bishoff from tHRive Law & Consulting
7 May 2019 SMAHRA - Networking Lunch
7 May 2019 LAHRA - Quarterly Connection - Hiring Felons, the do's and dont's
26 Apr 2019 West Central Minnesota SHRM - Workplace policy and training regarding Domestic Abuse
26 Apr 2019 TCSHRM - Polish Your Executive & Leadership Presence and Get to the Next Level
25 Apr 2019 TCSHRM - Strategic vs. Tactical: A Vision for your HR Path
18 Apr 2019 CMSHRM - Workplace Violence: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure by Chad A. Staul with Quinlivan & Hughes, P.A.
18 Apr 2019 South Central MN SHRM - Workforce Readiness: Steele Co Works & Emerging Workforce Study
17 Apr 2019 TCSHRM April Webinar: Tactical Human Resources Marketing
17 Apr 2019 TCSHRM - April Webinar: Tactical Human Resources Marketing
17 Apr 2019 RHRA - Employment Law Update (rescheduled from 2/20/19)
17 Apr 2019 SMAHRA - BUILDING A MAGNETIC CULTURE: HOW TO ATTRACT & RETAIN TOP TALENT TO CREATE AN ENGAGED, PRODUCTIVE WORKFORCE
16 Apr 2019 RHRA - Winona Area SHRM Leadership & Development Conference
16 Apr 2019 Winona Area SHRM - Leadership & Development Conference 2018
11 Apr 2019 LAHRA - Sexuality in the Workplace: Ageless Problems; Timeless Solution
11 Apr 2019 NHRA - Breaking Barriers! Creating a LGBTQ2+ Affirming Work Environment
10 Apr 2019 North Star SHRM - Myths & Misconceptions About Employer Health Plans
29 Mar 2019 West Central Minnesota SHRM - Managing the FMLA / ADA / Worker's Compensation Triangle
21 Mar 2019 CMSHRM - Unveiling the Experience Mod Mystery by Mark Kraemer with MN Comp Advisors
21 Mar 2019 SMAHRA - AMAZING WORKPLACE: HOW TO INSPIRE EPIC SUCCESS IN YOUR ORGANIZATION
20 Mar 2019 TCSHRM - March Webinar: Your Strengths in Action
14 Mar 2019 LAHRA - Leading an Impactful Life
14 Mar 2019 South Central MN SHRM - Unconscious Bias & Equality in the Workplace
14 Mar 2019 TCSHRM - March Chapter Meeting
13 Mar 2019 North Star SHRM - It’s Not the Money: The Reasons Employees Quit
12 Mar 2019 Winona Area SHRM - Making Sense of Your StrengthsFinder Results
12 Mar 2019 NHRA - Let's Talk: How we can make it okay in the Northland. An education around the stigma of mental illness in the workplace.
7 Mar 2019 TCSHRM - Spring 2019 Certification Prep Course
6 Mar 2019 South Central MN SHRM - HR & Supervisor Training 101
5 Mar 2019 Smahra - SMAHRA Networking Lunch
22 Feb 2019 West Central Minnesota SHRM - Marijuana in the Workplace
21 Feb 2019 CMSHRM - EEOC Litigation Issues and How to Build Your HR Defenses with Donna Ploof
21 Feb 2019 AHRA - Mental Health in the Workplace - February Chapter Meeting
21 Feb 2019 SMAHRA - Developing The Leaders Around You
20 Feb 2019 TCSHRM - February Webinar: Becoming a Person of Influence
14 Feb 2019 South Central MN SHRM - Military 101 for Civilians--Operation Employment
14 Feb 2019 LAHRA - The Confidence Quadrant
14 Feb 2019 TCSHRM - February Legal Summit
12 Feb 2019 Winona Area SHRM - Driving Change - Improving Organizational Performance
12 Feb 2019 NHRA - Pharmaceuticals: A Plan Sponsor’s Best Friend and Worst Enemy
7 Feb 2019 RHRA - State & Federal Employment Taxes
28 Jan 2019 TCSHRM - 2019 Twin Cities SHRM Members-Only Social
25 Jan 2019 West Central Minnesota SHRM - Worksite Wellness that Makes a Difference
20 Jan 2019 TCSHRM - March Webinar: Your Strengths in Action
17 Jan 2019 CMSHRM - Understand the Communication Styles Around You and Increase Your Level of Influence by Mary C. Bodvarsson, Ph.D., St. Cloud State University
16 Jan 2019 SMAHRA - A Smarter Approach to Employee Recognition
16 Jan 2019 TCSHRM - Speak with Confidence and Credibility
15 Jan 2019 RHRA - EquityLogic Series - Essential Intercultural Dynamics; Formerly Incarcerated Workforce
13 Jan 2019 2019 MNSHRM Leadership Conference
10 Jan 2019 South Central MN SHRM - Chapter meeting - January 2019 - Payroll, DOL, Bonus Law
10 Jan 2019 LAHRA - What role does courage play?, The 10 Minute Leadership Challenge
9 Jan 2019 North Star SHRM - The Legal Landscape – The Hiring Process
8 Jan 2019 Winona Area SHRM - Animals in the Workplace: Service, Emotional Support & Therapy
8 Jan 2019 NHRA - Succession Planning: HR Round Table Event
13 Dec 2018 North Star SHRM - Holiday Party
13 Dec 2018 RHRA - Holiday Happy Hour
13 Dec 2018 LAHRA - Holiday Event
13 Dec 2018 SMAHRA - Breaking Down Complex Workers' Compensation Issues
13 Dec 2018 South Central MN SHRM - Chapter meeting - Ten Leadership Secrets of Santa Claus
13 Dec 2018 CMSHRM - Holiday Party at Coyote Moon Grille
11 Dec 2018 NHRA - Got Conflict? Find Your "Conversation Peace" - Dr. Jody Janati
10 Dec 2018 Winona Area SHRM - Holiday Social
6 Dec 2018 West Central MN SHRM - Holiday Gathering
6 Dec 2018 TCSHRM - December Program: Strengthsfinder
4 Dec 2018 SMAHRA - Networking Lunch at WOW Zone
30 Nov 2018 TCSHRM - SHRM Foundation Gala
27 Nov 2018 November International Special Interest Group (SIG) Hot Topics in Global Mobility 2018 - Round Table Discussions
16 Nov 2018 West Central MN SHRM - Legislative Update
15 Nov 2018 SMAHRA - Beyond Grit: Powerful Practices to be at Your Best More Often
15 Nov 2018 CMSHRM - Make the business case...presenting your HR solutions to the C Suite by Kendra Dodd
14 Nov 2018 TCSHRM - November Webinar: Top 7 Trends Shaping Recruitment in 2018 and Beyond
14 Nov 2018 RHRA - Social Media as a Recruitment Tool
14 Nov 2018 North Star SHRM - Legislative Update
13 Nov 2018 Winona Area SHRM - HR Analytics and Me: Why Can't We Be Friends?
13 Nov 2018 NHRA - Understanding your Fiduciary Duties as a 401(k) Plan Sponsor - Dean McCall
8 Nov 2018 TCSHRM - November Program & Panel: HR Hot Topics & Trends
8 Nov 2018 South Central MN SHRM - Bullying in the Workplace
8 Nov 2018 LAHRA - Affordable Care Act Update
8 Nov 2018 Hiawatha Valley - Generations in the Workplace
6 Nov 2018 SMAHRA - Networking Lunch at WOW Zone
29 Oct 2018 TCSHRM - Volunteer Event at Junior Achievement's Biztown
27 Oct 2018 TCSHRM - Student Conference
26 Oct 2018 West Central MN SHRM - Transgender Issues and the Changing Legal Environment
25 Oct 2018 NHRA - Professional Round Table - Succession Planning
24 Oct 2018 TCSHRM - SPONSORED: DISRUPTHR MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL 2.0
23 Oct 2018 Winona Area SHRM - HR Roundtable: MNSHRM State Conference Recap
17 Oct 2018 TCSHRM - OCTOBER WEBINAR: HOW TO SPEAK APPRECIATION
15 Oct 2018 2018 MNSHRM State Conference Sponsorship Opportunities
14 Oct 2018 2018 MNSHRM State Conference
11 Oct 2018 LAHRA - Examining an Employer’s Legal Duty to Accommodate Based on Religious Beliefs and Practices
11 Oct 2018 TCSHRM - October Program: LEADING THE WAY!
9 Oct 2018 NHRA - Employer Branding: Unlocking the Power of Purpose - Andy Goldman Gray
4 Oct 2018 South Central MN SHRM - Chapter meeting - October 2018 - Creating Confident Retirees
2 Oct 2018 SMAHRA - Networking Lunch at WOW Zone
1 Oct 2018 NHRA - Legislative Panel
28 Sep 2018 West Central MN SHRM - Generations in the Workplace
26 Sep 2018 Rochester HRA - HR Roundtable
20 Sep 2018 CMSHRM - Employment Law Update by Betsey Lund Ross
20 Sep 2018 SMAHRA - 2018 Employment Law Seminar
20 Sep 2018 TCSHRM - SPONSORED: MRA HR CONFERENCE
20 Sep 2018 Hiawatha Valley - Navigating DEED-For Free and Crucial Data/Metrics
19 Sep 2018 TCSHRM - SEPTEMBER WEBINAR: IND. CONTRACTORS, TEMP. EMPL., AND INTERNS – OH MY!
19 Sep 2018 Rochester HRA - Current Trends in Workplace Religious Accommodation
19 Sep 2018 LAHRA - 2018 Fall Leadership Conference
14 Sep 2018 Winona Area SHRM - A Workforce Shortage Solution: Employing Past Offenders Who are Looking for Re-Entry
13 Sep 2018 TCSHRM - Fall Certification Prep Course
13 Sep 2018 South Central SHRM - Chapter meeting - September 2018 - The Top Ways to Draw People to Work with You
13 Sep 2018 TCSHRM - September Program: Leadership
13 Sep 2018 West Central MN SHRM - Is Your Company a Gen Z Magnet?
12 Sep 2018 North Star SHRM - FROM WATER COOLERS TO SNAPCHAT: PREVENTING SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND BULLYING IN A MODERN WORKPLACE
11 Sep 2018 Winona Area SHRM - Employment Law Update
11 Sep 2018 NHRA - Presenting your HR Business Case to the C-Suite - Kendra Dodd
4 Sep 2018 SMAHRA - Networking Lunch at WOW Zone
16 Aug 2018 West Central MN SHRM - Summer Social
16 Aug 2018 SMAHRA - Health Plan - Risk Pool Management
16 Aug 2018 CMSHRM - Finance for the Non-Finance HR by Helen Moser
15 Aug 2018 North Star SHRM - Summer Social
14 Aug 2018 Winona Area SHRM - Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Employer Discussion
9 Aug 2018 LAHRA - Unveiling the Experience Mod Mystery
9 Aug 2018 West Central MN SHRM - Keys to Retention
8 Aug 2018 TCSHRM - August Chapter Meeting
7 Aug 2018 SMAHRA - Networking Lunch at WOW Zone
2 Aug 2018 TCSHRM - MENTOR PROGRAM KICKOFF EVENT
27 Jul 2018 West Central MN SHRM - Minnesota Unemployment Insurance
26 Jul 2018 TCSHRM - July Member Networking Event - Summer River Cruise
25 Jul 2018 TCSHRM - July Member Networking Event - River Boat Cruise
25 Jul 2018 SMAHRA - HR Metrics, Measuring HR's Contribution to Organizational Success
25 Jul 2018 Rochester HRA - HR Roundtable
25 Jul 2018 RHRA - HR Roundtable
19 Jul 2018 CMSHRM - Summer Social - Come Celebrate 45 Years of CMSHRM
18 Jul 2018 TCSHRM Webinar - JULY WEBINAR: ENHANCING YOUR WORKFORCE’S PROF. DEV. THROUGH JR. ACHIEVEMENT
18 Jul 2018 AHRA - Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
16 Jul 2018 NHRA - 14th Annual Golf Scramble/Fun Day
12 Jul 2018 LAHRA - How To Get Your Employees Up-To Speed in Record Time
10 Jul 2018 SMAHRA - Networking Lunch at WOW Zone
10 Jul 2018 Winona Area SHRM - Making Sense of the StrengthsFinder Assessment
28 Jun 2018 NHRA - Professional Round Table - Workplace Bullying and Passive Aggressive Behavior in the Workplace
22 Jun 2018 SMAHRA - Legislative and Case Law Update - Speaker Cory Genelin
21 Jun 2018 CMSHRM - Achieving Work Life Balance - Stress & Resiliency by Jody Bertram
20 Jun 2018 RHRA - Hiring in Rochester: Chamber Resources
14 Jun 2018 South Central MN SHRM - Chapter meeting - June 2018 - 2018 Legislative Updates: Impacts on Your Business
14 Jun 2018 LAHRA - Your Organization's DNA
14 Jun 2018 TCSHRM - June Program: Well-Being At Work
12 Jun 2018 Winona Area SHRM - Integrating & Engaging Veterans in the Workforce
12 Jun 2018 NHRA - Workplace Investigations From Beginning to End - Fran Sepler
6 Jun 2018 TCSHRM - June International Special Interest Group (SIG) - Conquering Communication Challenges Within A Global Organization
6 Jun 2018 West Central MN SHRM - Employment Law Update
5 Jun 2018 SMAHRA - Networking Lunch at WOW Zone
24 May 2018 SMAHRA - Why Everyone Hates Performance Reviews and What You Should Do About It - Speaker Stosh D. Walsh
22 May 2018 AHRA - Annual Spring Conference 2018
22 May 2018 TCSHRM Spring Conference
21 May 2018 TCSHRM - Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute
17 May 2018 CMSHRM - Because Change is Inevitable...A Practical Approach to Change
11 May 2018 West Central MN SHRM - Hot HR Topics
10 May 2018 South Central MN SHRM - Chapter meeting - May 2018 - Conducting Employee Investigations
10 May 2018 LAHRA - Everyday Cultural Competence: Building Skills in Communicating Across Differences
9 May 2018 North Star - Conducting Internal Investigations
8 May 2018 NHRA - Workplace Violence Prevention & Planning - Vicki Sanders
8 May 2018 Winona Area SHRM - MN Department of Employment and Economic Development
1 May 2018 SMAHRA - Networking Lunch at WOW Zone
27 Apr 2018 RHRA - Sharpening Your Sales Skills - Creating Value for Your Customer (hosted by Winona State University)
25 Apr 2018 Sharpening Your Sales Skills - Creating Value for Your Customer (hosted by Winona State University)
25 Apr 2018 RHRA - Reverse Job Fair (Hosted by MaxAbility Southern MN Disability Employment Network)
19 Apr 2018 CMSHRM - ActionCOACH - Transform Your Team
18 Apr 2018 RHRA - Administrative Professionals Conference
12 Apr 2018 South Central MN SHRM - How to Conduct an Effective Meeting
12 Apr 2018 NHRA - Salary Basis Essentials: The Things You Might Be Doing Wrong!
11 Apr 2018 TCSHRM - April Program: HR LAB - Reporting & Analytics
10 Apr 2018 RHRA - Microsoft Office 2016 Excel - Advanced
6 Apr 2018 AHRA - Iron Range Job Fair
3 Apr 2018 SMAHRA - Networking Lunch at WOW Zone
21 Mar 2018 AHRA - MN Unemployment Seminar
15 Mar 2018 CMSHRM - What to Expect in an Unemployment Hearing
8 Mar 2018 LAHRA - How to Inspire Epic Success in Your Organization

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